MIAMI New restaurants and bars in one of Miami Beach’s South Beach neighborhoods could soon face limits on the number of seats they can offer. According to local media reports, the city’s Planning Board this week approved a measure that would base the seat count of a restaurant or bar in South Pointe on the capacity of the hotel or apartment building that houses it. If the establishment was hosted in a property with 100 residential or lodging units, the place would be limited to 100 ...

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