“the center of town since 1940”
George Pace owned and operated the Big Hand Café, which stood on this same corner, during the 1930’s and 40’s. The Big Hand Café was the center of town, the gathering spot, the place where news was shared. It quickly became a St. George icon and a stopping place for tourists as they traveled through Southern Utah. The Greyhound bus would make its one stop in town at the Big Hand and each time it pulled in the waitresses would holler “bus in”, and they would get ready to serve the hungry travelers.
Had an awesome meal at George's Place in historic downtown St. George. The food was delicious (pretty standard but high quality bar fare), and the service was excellent. They also had live music playing all night on Saturday, which made for a great atmosphere.
Hottest spot in town. Great local hang and tourist spot
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George's Corner Restaurant & Pub
- Sun - Sat: 11:30 am - 12:00 am
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