Stop Ignoring These 5 St. George Restaurants!
How many times has this happened to you? You drive past a business every day, and every day you think to yourself “I should try that sometime" but you never do.
A few months or years go by, and you find out that place you've been meaning to try has since gone out of business. You waited too long, and now it's gone.
Most likely that place went out of business because you weren't the only one who would drove by over and over without stepping foot inside.
So let's turn over a new leaf together! Let's try some places that you've been ignoring, and you may find that it's your new favorite spot!
None of these businesses are in danger of closing (I don't think) but why wait??!! Here are some of my favorite spots around town that I feel don't get nearly enough attention.
Morty's Cafe on St. George Boulevard makes incredible burgers, and the atmosphere is very cool. Unique drinks, and unique flavors all around. Plus, they have killer sweet potato fries which are my wife's jam.
Burger Theory located in the Holiday inn in St. George is another underrated place. Part sports bar, part swanky lounge, Burger Theory is worth a try. This place is great for a date night or an evening out with the homies.
Island Grinds, located on Sunset boulevard next to Little Caesars in the Albertson's shopping plaza. I'm a huge fan of their pu pu chicken, and even a bigger fan of the fact that I get to say “pu pu” in a restaurant and get incredible food in return.
Pier 49 Pizza on bluff Street. Take a look at their menu, and you will see that this is not a typical pizza place. Personally, I'm a fan of their fisherman's wharf, with shrimp as a topping. Think that's weird? It is. And absolutely wonderful.
Ike's Love And Sandwiches inside Fabulous Freddy's on bluff Street. This place is not your typical sandwich shop. The bread alone is so vastly different than any other place in town, you'll be amazed at how big of a difference it makes.
Plus they have a sandwich named after my hero Paul Ruebens, so that alone deserves the “Mikey Likey” seal of approval!
What other places in St. George deserve more attention? Let me know!