A bar in Leven will learn if it can keep its licence next month after 28 complaints were made by residents in just four months.
Bosses at Marviks, on Durie Street, were called in front of Fife Licensing Board after council officers recorded three verified instances of excessive noise levels.
Douglas Hardaker, lead licensing standards officer, said officials issued two warnings about loud music in August, but residents forced a third call-out.
Mr Hardaker said: “The fabric of the building makes it unsuitable for live music and it’s my belief that the licence should be restricted to prevent public nuisance.”
A representative for Marviks said work was ongoing to install double glazing and a new set of doors in an effort to resolve the issues.
The bar was granted permission to continue with its licence, on condition it appears at the next board meeting with an update.