SALT LAKE CITY — The world’s largest brewing company is going to stop producing some 3.2 beer brands, which will have an impact on Utah. 315 more words
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The Jon McComb Show: Could the city's plan to curb entertainment district chaos make the problem worse?
A group representing the Vancouver hospitality industry says a new program aimed at curbing late-night violence in the entertainment district will only make the problem worse. 377 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — Dave & Buster’s, a massive game-themed entertainment restaurant, will open at The Gateway mall next year.
The mall said in a statement Friday it was thrilled to land Dave & Buster’s, which will be built in the site of the old food court. 396 more words
The City of Vancouver is considering a number of changes to their liquor policy that could change people’s night out.
While beer connoisseurs in Vancouver may get an extra hour of drinking at their favourite brewery tasting room, clubs in the Granville entertainment district may be subjected to a ‘last entry hour’. 405 more words
SALT LAKE CITY – A group of local businesses have formed an alliance to fight back against Utah’s regulation of alcohol.
The Utah Hospitality Association feels like they were ignored this past legislative session, so now they’ve set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for lobbyists to keep the pressure on lawmakers. 345 more words