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Quick, Quality Bites in Greater Zion

When there are so many adventures in Greater Zion, how is one expected to find time to eat? As our local foodie points out, these are her favorite options for quick, yet quality bites, across the area. With the majority featuring fast service (order at the counter), you’re able to dine in or take it to go. Regardless, you’ll be enjoying all kinds of yumminess! And you’ll be fueled for that next adventure!

Blue Katz
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Many people know this spot for their coffee, but there is so much more to their menu. They have some of the best sandwiches in town. We also love the spring rolls!


Poke bowl
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Need a little taste of Hawaii in the desert? Then this is your spot! Serving up fresh, authentic, Hawaiian poke bowls, you’ll forget you’re in Southern Utah.


Mad Pita
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Often touted as having the best fries in town by locals, they also have fantastic pita sandwiches. We love the soft pita bread that they stuff full of a variety of ingredients. You definitely won’t leave hungry.


Mortys
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Looking for a delicious burger? Add Morty’s to your must-try list! Need something a bit lighter? They’ve got quinoa salads too. We also love their milkshakes and their scone fries!


Tom’s has been in St. George for a long time and if you stop by, you can see why. They are great at allowing you to customize your sandwich any way you like it. We also enjoy getting a side of their house-made potato salad.


Jalapenos Authentic Mexican Food

Jalapenos
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If delicious, authentic Mexican food is what you’re after, look no further than Jalapenos. They’ve even got a drive-thru to make it even quicker. Don’t be fooled by their gas station location, as these guys have got some Mexican food worth stopping for. 

This food truck is in a permanent location located in Hurricane. We love how unique the truck is. They serve specialties from all over the country with big portions at an affordable price, and it’s all so tasty. Their homemade pie is also worth trying!


Viva
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This Peruvian café serves up rotisserie chicken along with many fantastic side choices. The chicken stuffed avocado is always our favorite. What makes it extra delicious are their sauces- they’re unique and you won’t find anything like it anywhere else.


Turmeric
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Love Indian food, but don’t have the time for a sit-down restaurant? Turmeric is a quick-service Indian food restaurant that brings you those delicious flavors right away. We love how you can customize your food any way you like it and just a tip: don’t forget the naan! 


Mixed greens
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Want something healthier, but quick at the same time? Healthy and fantastic is the name of the game at Mixed Greens. Choose from a variety of salads or bowls, or if you want something sweeter, check out their acai bowl.


Lamy’s Mexican Food

Lamys
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Another one of our favorite Mexican restaurants in town, this hidden gem (with a drive-thru) is to die for. Serving up your favorites – burritos, tacos, salads, quesadillas, bowls, etc.  – in huge portions with scrumptious flavors! Don’t be surprised if you go home with leftovers.


Café Soleil

Need to grab something quick before you head into Zion National Park? Fuel up with some grub from Café Soleil in Springdale, featuring sandwiches, salads, pizza and more. You’ll love the food and the views too!


Visit Greater Zion’s Dining page to find more on restaurants and food across the area!

@stg_eats on Facebook and Instagram is Greater Zion’s go-to for restaurant happenings, news, and reviews. To be in-the-know and for recommendations on eating your way through Greater Zion, check out stg-eats.com, and give a follow to @stg_eats on Facebook and Instagram.