Miami Beach To Appeal Judge's Ruling On Cut Off Time For Alcohol SalesMiami Beach city commissioners will appeal a judge's order that ruled a 2 a.m. cut off time for alcohol sales is unlawful.
South Beach's 2:00 A.M. Last Call Rollback Goes Into Effect This WeekendBottoms up. Friday night into Saturday morning is the last time late night partiers on South Beach will be able to order a drink after 2:00 a.m., at least for now.
Miami Beach Ordinance Seeks To Roll Back Alcohol Sales In Entertainment DistrictLast call would come at 2 a.m. for dozens of bars, hotels, and other businesses in Miami Beach's entertainment district if city commissioners adopt an ordinance that would roll back hours for alcohol sales.
Alcohol Sales Falling For First Time Since Pandemic StartedThe latest Nielsen research, which measures retail sales from two weeks ago, finds booze spending dropped nearly 2%.
Florida Alcohol 'To Go' Proposal Moving ForwardAn alcohol “to go” bill motored through a second Senate committee Tuesday without opposition.
Sobering Proposal For South Beach Miami Beach's streets may look a bit different in the early morning hours, if a newly proposed prohibition takes effect.
Davie Moves Closer To Sunday Morning Alcohol SalesThe Town of Davie is one step closer to ending a ban on Sunday morning alcohol sales.
Settling City Suit, Grove's Mr. Moe's To Stay Open Til 5 a.m.Late night Coconut Grove carousers will once again have a place to call home.
Sunday Brunch Cocktails Now Okay In Key WestTourists and residents alike in Key West will now be able to enjoy a Mimosa or Bloody Mary with their Sunday brunch.
Ft. Lauderdale Wants Sunday AM Liquor Ban Lifted Some business owners in the city of Fort Lauderdale are battling back against an old law that prohibits alcohol sales on Sunday morning.