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Park City's Kemo Sabe was the only applicant out of nine that was awarded a full bar license by the DABS Commission last Thursday
PARK CITY, Utah — High-end western wear retailer Kemo Sabe snagged one of Utah’s rare full bar licenses at an Alcoholic Beverage Services Commission meeting last Thursday.
The Park City business was the only applicant out of nine that was awarded a full bar license by the DABS Commission.
Kemo Sabe is a self-described luxury company. On its website, hat offerings range from $350 to nearly $1,600, and its selection of cowboy boots cost anywhere from to $475 to $2,195.
The store opened at 268 Main Street late last year, and also has locations in Aspen and Vail, Colorado; Jackson, Wyoming; and Las Vegas.
The full bar license allows Kemo Sabe to operate a speakeasy-style space within the store that opened to the public on Oct. 1.
“The Speakeasy is the first of its kind for Kemo Sabe!” Said Shannon Asher, director of marketing and public relations for Kemo Sabe. “The doors blend in seamlessly with the walls of the store so most people shopping have no idea that there is a Speakeasy within the store.”
To visit the bar, Kemo Sabe customers need to ask the manager, who will then check their IDs and allow them into the space if it is not at its capacity of 39 people.
Patrons are also able to rent out the speakeasy for private events. For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and more information.