Southwestern Utah Restaurants

In the southwestern corner of the state, reflecting the pioneer heritage of the region, traditional and contemporary American cuisines are most common, followed closely by those with Mexican and Southwestern influences. St. George and Springdale have the greatest number and diversity of dining options. Around St. George there are a number of restaurants that serve seafood; keep in mind that at nicer restaurants the fish is flown in daily from the West Coast; at the less expensive locales the fish is usually frozen. Because this is conservative Utah, don't presume a restaurant serves beer, much less wine or cocktails, especially in the smaller towns, and don’t be surprised if you are carded no matter what your age. Most restaurants are family-friendly, and dress tends to be casual.

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  • 1. Torrey Grill & BBQ

    $$ | American

    Located a little west of town in the middle of Thousand Lakes RV Park, this festive barbecue joint offers chuckwagon-style indoor and outdoor...Read More

  • 2. Capitol Reef Café

    $$ | American

    Known for its varied selection of reliably good and healthy fare, this unpretentious eatery has a laid-back vibe and is attached to a gift shop...Read More

  • 3. Slacker's Burger Joint

    $ | Burger

    After a long day of hiking, this friendly ’50s-style burger joint decorated with old license plates is a welcome sight, with its two-fisted...Read More

  • 4. Wild Rabbit Cafe

    $ | Café

    Torrey's best little source of fair-trade organic coffee and fresh-baked pastries is a terrific go-to for breakfast or lunch before you head...Read More

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