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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

TRAVEL DIARY: ST. GEORGE, UTAH AND DINNER AT THE CLIFFSIDE RESTAURANT


Happy Wednesday, Everyone!

First off, Congratulations to Grace Hui for winning my Tani USA Giveaway, and a big thank you to everyone who entered! 

Next up on my road trip Travel Diary is St. George, Utah and our fantastic dinner at the Cliffside Restaurant overlooking the city, lovely Red Rocks and a gorgeous sunset.  Dining here is first class.  In fact, they won Best of State Utah for 2016 in dining, and I could tell why!

They have a great selection of wine and beer, but no full bar, which would make it almost perfection because I think the sophistication, food and views scream for a fancy cocktail or martini, but either way, still delightful and well worth it!  

Our waiter, Trevor, was fun, personable and very professional, which added to our lovely experience.  I highly recommend this spot for a sunset dinner, but due to the popularity, you may want to reserve a table or be prepared to go a little early and wait.  

Every table has access to the beautiful views, whether inside or outside, but the tables right next to the window, as ours was, really made for a truly spectacular view!

Have any of you been there?  Leave your thoughts and experience in the comments below.

Now, onto the pictures, which are full of a vibrant rainbow of colors.  I'm still in love with this spot on our road trip and hope to visit again soon.  Enjoy!
Entrance to the Cliffside Restaurant way up not he hill.
Loved the Edison bulb hanging lights inside.
Beautiful views from outside the Cliffside Restaurant before being seated for dinner.
Gorgeous, clear and vibrant view from our table at dinner.
Cliffside Restaurant menu.
Bottle of J. Lohr Cabernet Sauvignon wine with a view! 
Classic  Cesar Salad
Special of the Day: Calamari
Braised Short Rib Pot Roast
Seared Chicken Medallions
Steak Special of the Day: New York Strip

Vibrant pinks, purples and yellows as the sun was setting from outdoors.
Love how they have personalized Thank You stamps for each waiter, a lovely touch! :)
The Red Rocks just shine as the sun sets for the night.

ALL of the above images by Liesl Ehardt unless otherwise noted.

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by Liesl Ehardt