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Miami Beach will no longer enforce last call at 2 a.m.

Miami Beach no longer enforcing 2 a.m. last call
Miami Beach no longer enforcing 2 a.m. last call

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – The City of Miami Beach is no longer enforcing its 2 a.m. last call in the South Beach Entertainment District.

This is due to a court ruling in favor of the businesses, who were fighting for the right to remain open.

The decision means that iconic establishments such as The Clevelander and Mangos can once again stay open and serve alcohol until 5 a.m.

Earlier this month a judge ruled that Miami Beach’s 2 a.m. curfew was not lawful, and the city had been fighting in court since.

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About the Author:

David Dwork joined the WPLG Local 10 News team in August 2019. Born and raised in Miami-Dade County, David has covered South Florida sports since 2007.