Little Woodrow’s rough week ends with a shootout

Little Woodrow's opened last September
Little Woodrow’s opened last September

The East Dallas restaurant and bar has had a heck of a week, which ended with one employee injured in a shooting.

Earlier, much ado was made about a dress code policy that prohibited patrons with face and neck tattoos.

After uproar on social media, they changed the policy, and released a statement saying that all locations will welcome customers bearing ink on whichever body part they please.

At closing time this morning, 2 a.m., two unidentified people entered the bar; one reportedly opened fire on an employee.

The two perpetrators fled and are still at large, according to this news story, and the condition of the Little Woodrow’s employee is unknown.

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