The “last call” for alcohol in South Beach will come earlier than usual this spring break. The Miami Beach City Commission voted Wednesday night to roll back the hours that alcohol sales will close in the city’s entertainment district, from 5 a.m. to 3 a.m. after an extensive debate and feedback from small business owners who said the rollback would hurt their employees. Mayor Dan Gelber watered down his original proposed booze ban — from lasting 17 days in March to just six. He also requested a 2 a.m. last call, but Commissioner David Richardson brokered the 3 a.m. agreement. Read more at our news partner the Miami Herald . WLRN depends on donors to remain South Florida’s leading nonprofit, most trusted source of news and information. Support our mission by giving monthly as a sustaining member of Friends of WLRN or make a one-time donation of your choice. Thank you. Click here to give .