Another month, another bunch of Utah bar owners going away without a coveted bar license from the state’s liquor agency.
One establishment — Wasatch Loft & Tap Room Bar in Park City — received its bar license at Tuesday’s monthly meeting of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s commission, after seven months of waiting.
The Park City business, known as the Wasatch Brewpub at 250 Main St., had been operating its second-floor bar under a winter seasonal license. The commission voted unanimously to award the full-time bar license, after a discussion about whether the establishment’s loft space would be used as a bar, or as overflow or special event space.
The single bar license was freed up in April, after Harrisville’s Triple Peaks Sports Grill surrendered its license after its building burned down in January, and was carried over to this month’s meeting. That license will only carry through the end of May, and…