FILE - This Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, manager Dustin Humes inspects a wine glass in a small room which is out of the view of patrons at Vivace Restaurant in Salt Lake City. Lawmakers ha

 

              FILE - This Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, manager Dustin Humes inspects a wine glass in a small room which is out of the view of patrons at Vivace Restaurant in Salt Lake City. Lawmakers ha
FILE - This Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, manager Dustin Humes inspects a wine glass in a small room which is out of the view of patrons at Vivace Restaurant in Salt Lake City. Lawmakers have also introduced a number of changes to the state's liquor laws. One measure would repeal a state mandate for restaurants to mix and pour alcoholic drinks behind a barrier or so-called Zion curtain. Another proposal on its way to the governor clarifies that diners may have an alcoholic drink before actually ordering food in a restaurant, as long as they've indicated they intend to purchase food. Other bills seek to create a "master" liquor license to make it easier for restaurant to expand to more locations and instill tougher penalties on restaurants caught serving liquor to underage patrons. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)