Miami Beach club set to reopen after horse stunt

No more horses or other animals inside the Mokai Lounge.

That’s one of the conditions that will allow the Miami Beach club to reopen Wednesday after a stunt involving a horse went viral.

Mokai is expected to reopen after owners admitted to five violations related to the horse investigation at the club, 235 23rd St.

The other provisions to reopening: They will also have to pay over $12,150 in code violations to the city in the next 10 days and they will also make a $10,000 donation to a horse rescue charity. Only service animals will be allowed inside the club.

In a statement Monday, Miami Beach city manager Jimmy Morales said “we take very seriously what transpired in that club, and we wanted to structure an arrangement that would likely ensure that such improper conduct would never happen again at this business.”