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Drinking Just Got Easier ...



... Because, according to your local news outlets, there's only one soon-to-be-not-private club in Salt Lake City: The Bayou. Times have changed--used to be that TV reporters would all march lock-step to Port O' Call for a bar shot; now, it's The Bayou, which apparently has a specific spot taped off near the front door marked "TV People Stand Here!" KUTV 2 didn't get the memo, however, as they just went down the block from their studio to Junior's ...



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