Anasazi Steakhouse

On our last night in Utah a few weeks ago we went to eat at the Anasazi Steakhouse in St. George. It was one of the neatest dining experiences I’ve had. When you order a steak, the chef sears it and then they bring it to you on a 600° volcanic rock that was heated for 6-8 hours. You cut it your steak and cook it the rest of the way however you want. I had the 10 oz. filet, which was awesome.

Jalapeno Cheddar Sloppy Joes

I loved sloppy joes as a kid, but I seem to forget about them as a meal option as an adult. Usually I go with slices of cheddar and I will definitely be going back next time.

Atypical Waffle

I took a twenty minute walk to this waffle joint and I nearly walked right by because it’s set back between two buildings. Nothing about the place was typical and I loved it.

There was also a coffee station and more seating around back.

The Number Seven: Smoked brown sugar’d bacon, smashed avo, & goat cheese

I wouldn’t have selected this on my own but the reviews raved about it. I am so glad I went for it. Each bite was an explosion of flavors. Easily the best waffle I’ve ever had.

Nutella Chocolate Lovers: Nutella, strawberries, whip, & chocolate drizzle

I contemplated ordering both of these waffles right away but held off. After one bite of the number seven I knew I’d be making a second order. Dessert for breakfast is always a good decision.

City Tacos

Yesterday was Taco Tuesday and I was starving after the flight, so we went straight to this little taco joint, called City Tacos. There was a line the entire time we were there, which was after 9pm.

I had fish, steak, pork, chorizo, and shrimp. I couldn’t even pick a favorite because they were all amazing and unique.