Utah Food & Dining February 26, 2018
There’s a Beatles-Themed Club In Utah And It’s Everything You Could Hope For
If you’re a Beatles fan, you definitely need to head to Ogden to check out The City Club. It’s a Beatles-themed bar that will take you right back to the 60s.
*Please note that this is a bar, not a restaurant. Patrons must be 21 years old to visit*
The City Club is located on Ogden's Historic 25th Street. It opened back in 1991, and it just keeps getting better every year.
The address of the bar is 264 25th Street.
Beatles fans will want to spend an entire afternoon here.
The walls are covered in Beatles memorabilia and art.
This collection is the real deal, and the owner has spent more than $1 million on vintage items and artwork.
You'll find photos by Andy Warhol and Paul McCartney, and paintings from several famous artists, including John Lennon.
The collection wouldn't be complete without a Yellow Submarine.
This art installation is made with six different pieces, which creates a unique, 3-D effect.
The City Club has collected tons of awards and accolades for its collection.
It's been featured on tons of national, regional and local television and radio shows, and has garnered awards for its food, atmosphere and service.
They keep the menu simple here.
You'll find tasty appetizers, sandwiches and a specialty burger named for each Beatle.
The fully-stocked bar serves plenty of beer and some fun specialty cocktails.
Try the Yellow Submarine, Penny Lane, Twist and Shout, Magical Mystery Tour and more.
The City Club also has a free driving program for its guests. Call them to pick you up, and they'll bring you to the bar, then back home again. Or, if you've driven yourself but have had too much to drink, they'll take you home for free!
Visit The City Club seven days a week. It’s open Monday through Friday from 4 PM to 1 AM; Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 AM to 1 AM.
Have you dined at The City Club? Tell us about your favorite piece of Beatles memorabilia there!
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