Best of Utah 2014: Throwback Thursday Contest 

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Week 17 Winner: Cathy Paiz. Answer: Todd's Bar & Grill (1051 S. 300 West, SLC) was 2006's Best Non-Dive.

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Week 16 Winner: Sandy Ricks. Answer: Port O' Call (78 W. 400 South, SLC) was 2005's Best Place to Hook Up.

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Week 15 Winner: Allen Blank. Answer: Salt Lake Roasting Company (320 E. 400 South, SLC) was 2004's Best Coffee House. 

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Week 14 Winner: Andria Goodwin. Answer: Club Naked (326 S. West Temple, SLC) was 2003's Best New Club; today it's Gracie's.

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Week 13 (Non)Winner: No one IDed this as what used to be Brumby's (224 S.. 1300 East, SLC), Best of Utah 2002 pick for Best Intimate Restaurant:

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Week 12 Winner: Terry Maudsley, who identified this as the Manhattan Club (5. E. 400 South, SLC), Best of Utah 2001 pick for Best Sopranos Substitute:

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Week 11 Winner: Ann Clark, who IDed this as the former Salt City CDs (878 E. 900 South, SLC), Best of Utah 2000 pick for Best Cool Locally Owned CD Place:

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Week 10 Winner: Luke Garrott, who identified this as the former site of Spanky's (45 W. 300 South, SLC), Best of Utah 1999 pick for Best Bar For Pool:

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Week 9 (Non) Winner: No one guessed that this was the Dead Goat Saloon, (165 S. West Temple, SLC), Best of Utah 1998 pick for Best Club For Live Blues:

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Week 8 Winner: Ken Babbs, who correctly identified this as the former (and current) site of Bar-X (155 E. 200 South, SLC), Best of Utah 1997 pick for Best Beer Tavern:

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Week 7 Winner:
Panters Cave, who IDed this as the Zephyr Club (301 S. West Temple, SLC), Best of Utah 1996 pick for Best Live Music Club:

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Week 6 Winner:
Luciano Marzulli, who correctly identified this as the former site of Grunts & Postures (779 E. Broadway, SLC), Best of Utah 1995 pick for Best Resale Clothing:

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Week 5 Winner: Sandy Ricks, who IDed this as what used to be Al Forno's (295 S. 500 East, SLC), Best of Utah 1994 pick for Best Italian and Best Pasta:

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Week 4 Winner: Steve Jerman, who correctly identified this as the former Vortex (32 E. Exchange Place, SLC), Best of Utah 1993 pick for Best Dance Club and Best New Club:

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Week 3 Winner: Dan Ricks, who IDed this as what used to be Green Street (602 E. 500 South, SLC), Best of Utah 1992 pick for Best Place to Be Seen:

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Week 2 Winner: Mark Lundgren, who correctly identified this as the former site of Bill & Nada's (479 S. 600 East, SLC), Best of Utah 1991 pick for Best Greasy Spoon (2nd Place: Celeste Cottam; 3rd Place: Sandy Ricks):

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Week 1 Winner: Steve Jerman, who correctly identified this current site as the former Bar & Grill (60 E. 800 South, SLC), Best of Utah 1990 pick for Best Modern Music Club:

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