Let me explain what the Gardens are: They are some gardens. Huge numbers of gardens. It’s a pretty big area, actually, full of gardens and sculptures and landscaping and “themed garden arrangements”. Fifty-five acres of this, to be exact.
We went to lunch at El Coyote Charro, and our lives were changed forever. Now every time we go to St. George, El Coyote Charro is a necessary stop.
It’s more than just the food that makes El Habanero great, it’s the people who work there, the atmosphere, and the small town feeling very few places around the Salt Lake Valley still hold.
While I wouldn’t recommend canoeing the Great Salt Lake through a storm, it did make for a pretty interesting adventure.