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A hole-in-the-wall type of place that genuinely feels like it belongs in a bigger city, Juniors Tavern has been a mainstay in Salt Lake City since 1974. In 2005, it relocated from its old location near the Salt Lake City Main Library to where it sits now. The newer building may not be as authentically urban, but the interior, complete with a rather impressive collection of old beer cans and jazz nostalgia, still feels like the comfortable watering hole of old.
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