Spilled Milk Ice Cream and Cereal Bar Expands to St. George

Spilled Milk Ice Cream and Cereal Bar Expands to St. George

Utahns now have another option for enjoying delicious ice cream and cereal combinations, as Spilled Milk Ice Cream & Cereal Bar recently opened its second brick-and-mortar location in St. George. This expansion comes a little over a year since opening the first Spilled Milk Ice Cream & Cereal Bar in Salt Lake City.

The new store is located at 1480 S. River Rd., the grand opening was held on Monday, May 23rd, 2022. During the Grand Opening and training, Spilled Milk raised funds for the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. 

“After retiring from the NFL and moving to Utah—I was coaching for the University of Utah until 2018, my wife and I decided we wanted to start a family business,” said Marvin Philip, co-owner of Spilled Milk Ice Cream & Cereal Bar. “The whole idea behind Spilled Milk is about the experience; it creates lasting memories. Many of our memories with our [five] kids are around the nostalgia of ice cream.” 

Spilled Milk Ice Cream & Cereal Bar has recently received the attention and investment from Monarch Ventures, led by Richard Rees, who was an original partner of The Joint Chiropractic Clinics, and Eric Slaymaker, founder, and CEO of Wingers restaurants, with a goal of bringing the Spilled Milk concept to new markets. All ice cream creations are made to order and served on a variety of flavored waffle cones or in shake form.

“My personal favorite is the Banana Dream Pie; it’s banana, Teddy Grahams and whipped cream; it tastes like a banana cream pie,” said Philip. “We are looking forward to sharing the experience of being with family, enjoying wonderful ice cream and the overall fun vibe of our stores with the people in St. George.” 

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.