New Restaurants in St. George

It can be easy to get sick and tired of eating the same old meals. Whether it’s home cooked or a meal from your favorite fast food joint, it's always fun to try something new. St. George is expanding and has welcomed a number of new delicious restaurants that are must-tries. These eateries offer some of the most authentic and fresh dishes that you can enjoy with family and friends. Check them out!


Roctaco offers a super creative menu with more than 10 one-of-a-kind tacos filled with a variety of different fillings ranging from Korean short rib, carne asada, chicken tikka masala, grilled Mahi Mahi, grilled avocado, and much more. Each taco has an exotic look with vibrant flavors unique from any other taco shop. If you want to take the whole family, you’ll be in luck because there are plenty of taco and quesadilla options on the kid's menu. Not only is the food bright and fun, but so is the atmosphere. The decorations are bright with an eclectic style, giving the restaurant a cool vibe where you can enjoy your meal. The building just opened on St. George Boulevard, which is the perfect location! Whether it’s Taco Tuesday or any day of the week, go give Roctaco a try.


Zao is one of the most mouthwatering new restaurants in town. It’s located on Mall Drive which is a popular spot for multiple other restaurants and eateries. For your convenience, you have the option to take the drive-through when you’re on the go. Zao offers high-quality Asian cuisine with fresh ingredients. The items on the menu include rice and noodle bowls, wraps, soups salads with your choice of chicken, beef, or tofu. You have so many choices of sauces and toppings to customize your own meal and make it the best for you. Zao has the best flavors that are sure to satisfy. Even after you try it, you’ll be craving it and want to go back!

37 Degrees

Located on Sunset Boulevard, 37 Degrees Korean Eatery is the perfect combination of delicious and healthy Korean food. Each meal on the menu is made with organic and grass-fed ingredients to help support and encourage your wellness. The traditional Korean dishes here are unique because they ferment their own vegetables and prepare their own soy sauces. Their ingredients are made fresh each day and they help boost your immune system and support your digestion. You’ll have to try their award-winning kimchi as well. Korean cuisine fans will love 37 Degrees.

Ike’s Sandwiches

Ike’s Sandwiches is a sandwich shop for everyone because they offer meat lovers, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal sandwiches. Ike’s supplies you with any kind of sandwich you want with all kinds of flavor combos and toppings. You’ll be thinking that a sandwich has never tasted so good. They have over 20 different sandwiches to choose from, not to mention they have 5 award-winning sandwiches on the menu. One of which, “Matt Cain”, received the Fanwich Award for the “Best Sports Sandwich” ESPN. Ike’s sandwiches are the real deal. If you’re hungry, head over to the shop on Bluff Street and get a taste of “Ike’s love and sandwiches”. 

Rusty Crab Daddy

If you’re in the mood for seafood, you’ll have to give Rusty Crab Daddy a try. It’s the new Cajun/Creole seafood restaurant in the works! They serve their seafood dishes with fresh, top-quality ingredients. Their authentic cuisine is served in a contemporary-style atmosphere giving you a comfortable space to enjoy your meal.  Rusty Crab Daddy offers all kinds of seafood: shrimp, clams, lobster, crawfish, crab, and muscles with so many delicious dishes to choose from. They have generous portions and great service that will make your experience the best. You can find this tasty food joint located on Bluff Street.

St. George is the perfect place to try new and unique cuisine because the city is constantly growing and offering more variety of delicious places to dine. Flavorful tacos, Asian eats, Korean food, seafood, gourmet sandwiches, and more are right at your fingertips. Do yourself a favor and try one of these restaurants for your next meal!

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