“a historical landmark for Draper City”
The first thing people notice about us is our gravel parking lot (it's hard to miss) but once you get past the puddles and dust, it's actually quite charming. You see, the Pirate O's building is over 100 years old and is a historical landmark for Draper City. It was originally built as the theater for Fort Douglas at the University of Utah in Salt Lake. In the 1940's, Mr. Ballard cut 9 feet off of the bottom of it, cut the building in half, and moved it by truck to its current location at 11901 S. 700 E. Draper, where it became Ballard Feed and Egg. As Draper began to grow, the Ballards moved on to different things and the building sat idle being used as nothing more than a truck stop for some local distributors. When the opportunity arose, Orian "O" Collinworth bought the building in the 1990's.
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