If you’re looking for a huge cinnamon roll, visit Muddy Bee’s Bakery. We saw that they had good reviews on Yelp and decided to give it a try.
When we walked in, our eyes went straight to the Cinnamon Rolls and Orange Rolls. We decided to get one of each so we could try both rolls. The orange roll was probably my favorite. But the rolls were so big, we both couldn’t finish our portion!
If you want something healthy in St. George, go to Twisted Noodle. It was our last local restaurant before we headed back to Provo. Danny and I decided to share two noodle dishes, the twisted noodle and the Asian noodle bowl. Both dishes were good, but had a ton of flavor. So if you are also looking for a dish that’s zesty and tangy, Twisted Noodle is the place to be.
Here is another local restaurant in St. George that was a favorite. It’s called The Granary Cafe, which is located in Santa Clara, Utah. The restaurant used to be a tithing settlement house back in the early 1900s.
We got the strawberry and creme patissiere crepe. The crepe was worth ordering, it was very light and airy. The creme also didn’t overpower the dish. It had the perfect amount of sweetness to compliment the crepe and strawberries.
We also ordered the today’s special French Toast, which had blueberries in the center. I’ve honestly never been a big fan of French Toast, except for certain places, but this French Toast was to die for.
Last, we ordered the Quiche Lorrain. I didn’t expect it to come out looking like a piece of pie for some reason. But it was dang good. The texture tasted similar to the texture of bread. It was the perfect savory dish to compliment our two sweet dishes.
If you guys are looking for a good restaurant, go to The Granary! It will be worth it! Danny and I definitely plan to go back the next time we go to St. George. I am also looking for other suggestions in St. George so let me know!
In honor of our anniversary on Monday, we took a weekend trip out to St. George and go to Zion’s National Park.
We arrived this evening so we could rest up for tomorrow’s adventurous day at Zion. Danny and I decided wanted to try new places that had high ratings on Yelp.
We weren’t impressed with our dinner choice, so I’m only going to share our dessert location, Zeppe’s. I ordered Root Beer with Vanilla Custard and Danny got Horchata and Vanilla Custard. Both were delicious and recommended for your next trip out to St. George.