Ashley A. Stanfield
Ashley A. Stanfield
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Despite an exceptionally long assembly (clocking in at over hours), there weren’t any huge shocks or testimonies to document from the June meeting. The monthly meetup especially centered on criminal and method troubles. One interesting factor changed into the rationalization/reminder (relying on your point of view) that any enterprise certified as a bar wishes to have more than just a bag of chips available. Indeed, from the DABC bar guide:

“Bars ought to have a selection of meals organized and served about dining hotels on the bar’s premises.” opening a jar of salsa, reaching for a stick of jerky, or throwing a few popcorns within the microwave sincerely doesn’t reduce it. No word if this is a part of the code that goes to get an extra glance in; assume lots of information if it does.

Food news

Anyway, on with the winners, here’s who secured licensing in June:

Full-service licenses (beer, wine, liquor)

Flaming Gorge Resort, Dutch John
Courchevel, Park City
Chili’s Grill & Bar, Spanish Fork
Strap Tank, Lehi, conditional
La Cantina Mexican Grill, Layton, conditional
Woodward Park City, Park City, conditional
Diversion, Salt Lake City, conditional
Pat’s Barbecue, Salt Lake City, conditional
Limited service license (beer and wine)

Forscher German Bakery & Cafe, Orderville
The Old Goat, Heber City
Cytybyrd, Salt Lake City
Amour Cafe, Salt Lake City
Birdhouse, Salt Lake City, conditional
Namaste Kitchen, Sandy, conditional

Bar licenses

Two full licenses had been up for grabs. Punch Bowl Social – the gourmand Dave N Busters beginning in The Gateway towards the end of July – secured the primary license.
Meanwhile, downtown SLC’s Button Up traded in their Summer Seasonal for the second full bar license. The subsequent complete bar license isn’t projected to be available until August, though a small handful of Summer Seasonals (three by using my reckoning) are to be had in a pinch; these allow full bars to perform through the give-up of October.

Following Social Axe’s lead of installing pool tables for amusement and earnings final month, Heart and Seoul Karaoke ultimately nabbed their much-written-about leisure beer license – three beers, according to the client, in step with going to so that you understand.

In addition to the entire provider license (scroll again up in case you ignored it), Pat’s Barbecue also secured a brand new addition, a beer license for a shortly mentioned new vicinity. However, I can’t find any additional evidence or information for that simple. Lastly, SLC can welcome every other new distiller, with Salt Flats Spirits acquiring a new producer distillery license.

Downtown Farmer’s Market

June eighth noticed the Farmers Market season’s kick-off proper with the large kahuna of them all – downtown SLC’s Pioneer Park-based bash – lower back and going for walks each Saturday through October 19th. As ever, the Downtown Farmers Market will help local farmers and offer fresh produce to the general public.

“We’ll fill this park yet again with a number of the maximum outstanding farmers, growers, and artisanal food producers from across the first-rate nation of Utah,” stated Alison Einerson, executive director of Urban Food Connections of Utah. “In addition to providing wholesome, clean food to our community, we aim to aid nearby agriculture and growers at all stages throughout the nation. The more nearby produce you purchase at our market, the more likely it’s far that farmland will continue to be farmed.”

- A word from our sposor -


Wrapping up June’s food news