saint george, utah
in n out burger
well, this is really a california treat... but because st george is often quite sunny and warm, i'm am finally ok attending in n out in southern utah. #2, no onions, vanilla shake (or ben get's #1, extra pickles).
glaciers. got me through high school. (soft serve ice cream with slushie.)
this delicious tex-mex-mexican-now-chain started in saint george, utah. i remember when it opened. those were the days. there is even a cafe rio in rural maryland. pork salad. pork pork pork. get the pork.
i just think this a really cute local place for st george. cupcakes. food for lunch. and $1 cupcakes after 7pm. fab. fab.
cedar city, utah
all american diner
if you're looking for a cultural experience and just a rad rad diner... go here. cheap breakfast (like $5). and everyone wears wranglers two sizes too small.
spark is sort of known for their non-alcoholic drinks. i guess that is to cater to the many mormons in provo, utah (many mormons abstain from alcohol). mango mojito. simply citrus. and their southwest burger is also very delicious.
(above photos taken at spark)
the zagat dining guide speaks highly of communal. there are many "new american" sort of dishes to choose from- which can be shared or consumed by one. see my little review here.
really impressive indian food. it always amazes me. garlic naan. peshwari naan. chicken tikka masala. chicken makhani. lamb mushroom. lamb coconut korma. all so good.
a new take on hot dogs. for me, it's mostly fun for the memories. memories like these.
orange rolls. it's the orange rolls!