Utah's private clubs fade into history Wednesday

Starting Wednesday, Utah's private clubs won't be so private anymore.

That's when the new law eliminating private club membership requirements takes effect, turning the state's equivalent of bars into, well, bars.

No longer will customers have to fill out applications and pay fees before they can enter what's now a social club, the only establishment in Utah where alcohol can be served without food.

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