You can have drinks in Salt Lake Bars, Restaurants, and you can buy bottles of your favorite liquor at our state-run liquor stores . Full-strength beer , 4% and up to 13% is sold in select bars and restaurants and our state owned liquor stores . Tap Beer or draft as it is known is usually around 5.0 percent ABV.
Granted, Utah has a reputation for some quirky liquor laws. But Salt Lake and the entire Beehive state now have laws similar to the majority of states in the US and alcohol is available every day at area bars and restaurants.
SALT LAKE CITY — He plays a bumbling dad on ABC’s “Modern Family,” but in Salt Lake City Ty Burrell is trying out for a role as restaurateur. Burrell has just opened Beer Bar, a beer garden-like eatery that serves 150 beers paired up with an array of house-made bratwursts, local breads and Belgian fries.
Burrell owns The Eating Establishment, a restaurant in Park City, Utah, as well as two bars in Salt Lake City – Bar X and Beer Bar , located next to each other with interconnecting doors.
On-premise sale of liquor is allowed by restaurants from noon to to midnight and beer from 10 A.M to 1 A.M. private clubs can serve liquor the same hours as beer is allowed for restaurants. Off-premise sales vary but are all state run and close no later than 10 P.M and are not open on Sundays.
Utah state liquor stores: Higher ABV beer , wine and liquor are available at Utah’s 41 state liquor stores, which are generally open Monday through Saturday from 11 am to anywhere between 5 pm and 10 pm, depending on the location. Please note that these stores are closed on Sundays .
Salt Lake City was dubbed the 78th safest city in the nation, according to a study by WalletHub. Utah’s capital ranked 97th for home safety , 116 for natural disaster risk and 14 for financial safety .
Utah Liquor stores are closed on Sundays , state & federal holidays. Wine is served in restaurants, bars and can also be purchased at the state liquor stores. The old 3.2% alcohol by weight beer (which was actually 4% alcohol by volume, a more common measure) was sold in retail locations, grocery stores, etc.
No you can ‘t legally. Utah is a “control state”, and only the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) may lawfully import import alcoholic beverages into Utah . Private individuals may not lawfully import or transport them into the state.
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The Bar X Group — which also owns The Eating Establishment in Park City — will officially take over the business in March, new co- owner Jeff Barnard said.