This restaurant was a huge disappointment to our party of five. The hostess was not very friendly. We were seated by the kitchen door and soon realized that one side of the restaurant had noticably more ambiance (which was not our side). Our waitress was friendly enough, but smelled as if she had just smoked a pack back in the kitchen. Our busser dropped a plate on one of us, then picked up food off my plate with her own fingers in front of me, so she could stack our used plates. We also thought this would be a more adult atmosphere, but had a toddler crying in the background, even though it was a late dinner. The only plus we could agree on was that the food looked and tasted very good. We all agreed we would go to the Painted Pony for dinner next time we had a girlfriend's weekend in St. George.
Pros: Food is good, decent wine list
Cons: Service, one side of restaurant lacks ambience