A quaint, long standing, candy store. It serves sandwiches and soup and is a remnant of pioneer days. It is also located right down town.
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i have lived in st. george for seventeen years and have yet to have those bread sticks everyone talks about. you have to walk in right when they pull them out of the oven i guess. you would think if they sold out every day...More
I'm a sucker for old timey things, so Judd's is perfect. It's also a perfect location, right off the self guided walking tour down main street, and about everything else that's historical and cool in downtown. It's not cheap but the 'homemade' ice-cream and croissant...More
Our children grew up going to Judds for bread sticks and a drink at lunchtime. Now a popular stop in the historic district of down town for a light lunch. Well stocked with a unique variety of candies for the kids.
A old late 1800 - early 1900 store building that has Icream and candy and pre made meals to take to the park across the street. It's ok, and not cheap.
This little shop has many of the old soda pops and candies we enjoyed when we were young, a blast from the past.
We stopped by here on a trip to the area. The location alone is amazing but the store is neat. There are all types of root beer and such in bottles. The assortment of candy is huge. It's a fun little stop. We tried the...More
If you thought your favorite candies and sodas from your youth were no longer made, you will be surprised to find them here. Of course, they are more expensive than Hersey's but they are here if you want them. They also serve tasty soups and...More
If you want to step back in time and experience an old time mercantile, this is the place. Loaded with lots of bottled soft drinks including Grape Nehi Soda. Great assortment of candies, ice cream, and cookies. You have to try the bread sticks. Our...More