Jim Carlton writes for the Wall Street Journal:
"When Taylor Steensen takes a drink order at the Buffalo Wild Wings bar in this Salt Lake City suburb, the server must dart behind a wall to pour it.
"Utah law demands she shield diners from the lurid sight.
“The hardest part is you disappear to get a guest’s order, and they ask, ‘Where were you?’ ” said the 22-year-old Ms. Steensen, who spent the evening vanishing and reappearing as she made drinks one night last week.
"Restaurants serving alcohol in the Beehive State must follow stringent rules, including that many deploy a partition to hide the act of drink-making—a “Zion Curtain,” Utahns call it.
"Now, Utah is on track to lift the veil..."