Lucky Locals. I definatly agree with the other reviewers in that Cheers is a great little bar if your a local or in the restaurant industry. If your not, then go there with someone who is because undoubtedly you will run into someone they know. Cheers is also great for and after work drink, usually not too crowded during the week but can be shoulder to shoulder on the week ends. Drinks are inexpensive and the atmoshpere is smokey, and can be loud, but it is a great time if you enjoy the dive bar kind of scene or if you want to meet some local people. And if your from out of town expect to pay membership, it's still Utah.
Poor service...... I agree with the two most recent posts, I did read them before going here for the first time. I figured I would give it a chance. They were right. The bartender on duty did not treat me like I would ever want to come back and I have no reason to go back since paying for my membership then destroying my membership card that night. Basically if you know the tender well you will get your service, outsiders will be blown off.
Bartenders no good. The bartenders at cheers to you is why I'll never go back! I've gone their twice and two different bartenders always with the same attitude! They say "no cover charge" but you still have to buy a membership.
Those annoying customers!.
While the potential for this pub to be a nice, comfortable, "neighborhood" watering hole is definitely there, the people that run the place ruin all it might otherwise be very appealing. I've given this place many chances to prove that it can be what I want; a friendly, casual, no-frills bar that appeals to everyone. Unfortunately the "bouncers," and bartenders prove over and over again that they should be in any business as long as it doesn't involve actually having to deal with paying customers. They seem to make an exeption for the group of 5 or 6 of their good friends who always seem to be occupying the right-hand side of the bar.
Please, will someone who actually knows how to run a pub hurry and buy this place! I'll be happy to return then.
Cozy little bar. It's sort of a hole in the wall: Chances are if you frequent Main Street, you've probably walked by this bar a hundred times and never noticed it. Inside, it's pretty dark and close with several smallish tables along the wall that are good for two or three people, max. There are larger tables in back. The service is friendly and the food is quite good--sandwiches aren't fancy, but they're well made with good ingredients.
my kind of place.... Cheers to You probably isn't for everyone, but if you're looking for a place to grab a couple of quick drinks after work I highly recommend checking in. It's the kind of place you can just cruise in by yourself and your bound to strike up a conversation with someone.
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