With a fanatical local following, this tiny pizzeria is a boon for travelers searching for thin-crust pizzas with bubbling mozzarella and pesto. Grab one of the very few counter seats and save room for hot cinnamon …
We'd drive much further than 8 miles for the organic, locavore fare served here in a stunning red-rock setting. Expect small plates (mahi cake), salads, ciabatta sandwiches, gyros and burgers.
Think gourmet comfort food and great salads. At dinner you might choose a juniper-brined pork chop; at lunch, meatloaf with a port-wine reduction and rosemary mashed potatoes.
This tiny hole-in-the-wall is run by Pakistani batik artist Shazad Sheikh and his wife, Rabia. You'll find chicken tikka masala, daal chana, naan and other classic dishes alongside a small collection of handmade sar…
This homey cafe is St George's most popular breakfast spot, with patrons waiting curbside even in the low season. Try a half-order if your appetite isn't mammoth. There's an extensive kids' menu.
Stop for a sweet scoop of ice cream or piece of nostalgic candy.
A hip, modern cafe with sidewalk tables. Homemade cupcakes are not all it does well – check out the breakfast panini, the warm salmon salad and the pasta primavera, overflowing with veggies.
The pan-Asian menu here is certainly more diverse than most offerings in St George. Eclectic specialty rolls share a menu with pad Thai and teriyaki chicken.
Grill your steak (or shrimp or portabello mushroom…) yourself on a hot volcanic rock.
For a quick bite that isn't a burger, try this restaurant with salads or quinoa and noodle bowls tucked within a modern plaza.