A change in Utah's liquor laws has restaurant and bar owners rejoicing.

FOX's Anna Eliopoulos reports:

That is the sound being heard across bars and restaurants across Utah after the "Zion Curtain" came down on Saturday. That's what residents of the state called partitions that were legally required to prevent customers from seeing alcoholic beverages being prepared.

Salt Lake City restaurant owner Joel La Salle says it was about time:

(Salle) "All of the public had to pay a huge sacrifice to have this wall come down, but we're thrilled to have it come down."

However, the compromise to "tear down this wall" comes with some new rules. Children must now be seated at least 10 feet away from any bar areas. And customers must verbally say that they have an "intent to dine" at a restaurant before being served.

Anna Eliopoulos, FOX News.