FT. LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – From “Where the boys are” to “Spring Break Capital of the World” to a more family, friendly upscale environ, Ft. Lauderdale Beach has changed over the years.
On Tuesday, the city’s commission will consider a new change. They will discuss whether or not to allow hotels and restaurants along State Road A1A to serve their guests and the public alcohol in specially designated beach zones in front of their businesses.
The proposal has received the endorsement of the beach district’s business community who feel it’s about time for this world class vacation destination.
This is not the first time serving alcohol on the beach has come before the commission. Two years ago, they ended a Sunday morning alcohol ban so the hotels and restaurants could serve alcohol during their Sunday brunches.
Some beach residents aren’t thrilled with the idea because there could be law suits if the city tries to limit drinking on the beach...(click pic to continue reading)