Restaurant Review: George’s Corner

There are many quality restaurants and dining options to be found in St. George, but one eatery that definitely holds its own is George’s Corner. Located at 2nd West St. George Boulevard at Ancestor Square, this eatery is at the site where the historic Big Hand Cafe used to be. Following its predecessor’s lead in aiming to serve “especially good food,” George’s Corner does this and more, but with a contemporary twist. You’ll find classic favorites such as homemade chicken noodle soup, Caesar salad, and strawberry rhubarb pie, along with innovative dishes like chicken wings with spicy Thai peanut sauce, grilled mahi mahi tacos, and chocolate caramel custard with hazelnut brittle.


Families looking for a restaurant with an atmosphere that’s kid-friendly and pleasing for adults will find that George’s Corner is an excellent option. It’s also important to note that George’s Corner has a menu of gluten-free and vegan options for those with restricted diets. For the picky eaters in your family, George’s serves corn dogs, fries, and fresh burgers, as well as tasty milkshakes, healthy yogurt smoothies, and ice cream desserts. Adults and children alike will love their Build Your Own Grilled Cheese menu option. Add a variety of fixings including smoked bacon, ham, avocado, and roasted peppers, or enjoy the simple deliciousness of plain Swiss or cheddar cheese.

Adults who enjoy a libation or two with their meals will be thrilled with the drink menu here. George’s Corner has Utah brews on tap, including Zion Canyon IPA, Moab Porcupine Pilsner, and Cutthroat Pale Ale, as well as a good variety of wines. It’s their creative cocktails and after dinner drinks that really shine. The Raspberry Truffle Frappe with Kahlua, Chambord, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate sauce is an adult dessert in a glass, and their Flirty Lemon Drop is absolutely delightful. Want to go alcohol-free? Then you should definitely try their selection of Italian sodas, mint chile lemonade, or strawberry ice tea.

The welcoming staff at this restaurant truly make dining here an enjoyable experience, and the friendly, laid-back vibe makes it ideal for family outings, dates, meetings with friends, or nights when you want to dine solo. George’s Corner Restaurant and Pub is open every day of the week from 7:00 am until midnight, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Pop in for a great meal and a fun time — you’ll surely want to come back again.

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