Bakehouse Brasserie in South Beach is suing the city of Miami Beach after city inspectors ruled that its live saxophone played on Sundays from 11 AM through 2PM in the afternoon violates city codes. In this photo, Omar Ahcar, left, general manager for the restaurant, looks over today's menu.
Bakehouse Brasserie in South Beach is suing the city of Miami Beach after city inspectors ruled that its live saxophone played on Sundays from 11 AM through 2PM in the afternoon violates city codes. In this photo, Omar Ahcar, left, general manager for the restaurant, looks over today's menu. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Bakehouse Brasserie in South Beach is suing the city of Miami Beach after city inspectors ruled that its live saxophone played on Sundays from 11 AM through 2PM in the afternoon violates city codes. In this photo, Omar Ahcar, left, general manager for the restaurant, looks over today's menu. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

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