George's Corner Restaurant
George's Corner Restaurant in St. George, Utah holds a rich history rooted in the iconic Big Hand Café, which was owned and operated by George Pace during the 1930s and '40s. Situated on the same corner as the current restaurant, the Big Hand Café served as the town's central gathering spot and a hub for sharing news. A St. George icon, it became a popular stop for tourists traveling through Southern Utah, with the Greyhound bus making its sole town stop at the Big Hand. Known for its distinctive sign featuring a big hand outlined with blinking lights, the café was especially famous for its "Especially Good Food." George's Corner Restaurant pays homage to this history, celebrating St. George's past and the resilient individuals who transformed this once barren land into a thriving community.