By Paul Fraughton, The Salt Lake Tribune
Mohsen Asgari, center, Smashes the frosted glass curtain from his bar at Vuda Bar and Winery in Draper, Utah, on Aug. 26.
It happened last month outside Vuz Restaurant, where the glass had formed a "Zion Curtain" — a state-required partition between bar and Patrons that owner Mohsen Asgari says drove away both customers and bartenders.
Asgari was free to smash his $2,800 partition because he'd obtained a coveted license that allowed him to serve drinks without one. But other new restaurants in the state aren't so lucky.
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