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What’s on the Menu: Sugar’s

ST. GEORGE — Recently opened in the Phoenix Plaza on Sunset Boulevard, the spouse and children-owned and operated Sugar’s restaurant is a serious deal with, featuring bold taste mixtures of sweet and savory.

What’s on the Menu host Sheldon Demke took 99.9 KONY Region morning demonstrate co-hosts Marty Lane and Amy Chesley to acquire a bite out of some confectionary delights at Sugar’s.

Be part of Sheldon, Marty and Amy for some new eats at Sugar’s in this week’s episode of “What’s on the Menu” in the media player higher than.

The trio begun with the Extra fat Boy, a masterpiece of a burger showcasing a double stack of freshly floor beef patties, bacon, cheese and onion straws.

“Especially when you get clean meat and two patties with all the cheese and the bacon, you’ve got the great match,” Lane stated.

The burger is accompanied by freshly made curly fries and sandwiched concerning two spudnuts. What precisely are “spudnuts,” you question? Impressed by co-owner Jamie Ashby’s beloved grandmother, these potato-dependent doughnuts are a compact-city preferred and Sugar’s signature menu merchandise. Choose which flavor you want for your burger or sandwich – chocolate, cinnamon sugar, maple, glazed or even garlic parmesan. Co-operator Brandon Ashby helps make hundreds of them refreshing just about every working day.

Following up, the Glazed & Baffled. With crispy hand-breaded chicken tenders, carved ham, provolone cheese, grilled pineapple and spudnuts on top rated and base, it is undoubtedly not your ordinary hen sandwich. 

“The messier, the much better,” Chesley stated. “And you know when you have messy foodstuff, it’s fantastic food items.”

Demke and the dynamic duo also tried out the Junkyard, a fluffy fried scone topped with chili, cheese, lettuce, pico de gallo, bitter cream and guacamole.

“Sugar’s is so exceptional – the environment, the colors, the food items,” Demke reported. “Because almost everything is produced from scratch, it normally takes a minor for a longer time than regular to prepare dinner it. But think me, it is surely truly worth the wait!


  • Sugar’s | Handle: 929 W. Sunset Blvd., St. George | Phone: 435-703-6993 | Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Internet site.

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