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Nightlife:

Dance ClubNeighborhood BarFull Menu

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Open SundayServes AlcoholBanquet FacilitiesHandicap FriendlyAccept Credit CardsLive MusicPool TablesDancing$$ - Moderate

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Totems

538 S. Redwood, Salt Lake City, 84104
801-975-0401
If only every log cabin featured six bars! This spacious club is built out of genuine pine and offers guests a feeling of security and comfort most places don't provide. Technically two clubs in one, Totem's facilities ensure everyone is served in a timely fashion. Top it off with a large dance floor, live music, a popular lunch buffet and one of the last shuffleboards in town and you've got yourself one heck of a neighborhood stomping ground. Host your next party by booking its banquet facility.
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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Went to Totems for a friends birthday party.  We took a bottle of wine with us.  We were immediatly harrassed at the door and informed that we couldn't open our own bottle.  Something we already knew.  They they wanted to see the bottle of wine and told us that the bottle didn't have the appropriate Utah sticker on it and therefore they would not open it for us.  The bottle in question was purchased at the Herriman liquor store, and we told them it was.  They claimed it had to have a yellow sticker, or it was a bootlegged bottle from out of state and they couldn't open it.  We decided to stop talking to them and went and sat down.  About 10 minutes later, the lady who initially harassed us, came over to our table to let us know she had called a liquor store and that our bottle was legal.  Then informed us that we would be charged $17.50 for a corkage fee.  That is simply outrageous. 

We will not be returning to Totems again.

 

 

I have gone to several parties at Totems and had a great time at all of them.  The food is great, the 70's band was awsome as well.  Everyone seems to enjoy themselves.

 

 
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