Ice cream from Bulloch Drug

Business Highlight: Bulloch Drug

If you’ve driven down Main Street in Cedar City sometime in the last 60 years, you may have noticed the historical Bulloch Drug store. Bulloch Drug opened in 1955 and is still thriving today. This isn’t your average pharmacy, but a family-favorite location in Cedar City, complete with an old fashioned soda fountain, ice cream shop, candy store, and connecting boutiques.


Bulloch Drug is one of the top pharmacies in town. Their loyal patients continue to go back because of their superior customer service and the unique pharmacy services they offer, like delivery and medication synchronization. Bulloch offers FREE weekly prescription delivery straight to your home in Cedar City, Enoch, and Parowan/Paragonah. They also offer a medication synchronization service which is designed to help synchronize your prescription refills so that you can pick up all of your medications on the same day each month.

Soda Fountain

Your visit to Bulloch Drug simply wouldn’t be complete without stopping at the soda fountain! In addition to the classic soda, Ironport, Bulloch also offers anywhere from 15 to 18 flavors of Farr’s Premium Ice Cream. They truly do have the best milk shakes, malts, and dirty sodas in town! Also be sure to check out their candy counter, featuring bulk candies, Utah Truffles, Jelly Belly, Fernwood Candy, and more!


When viewed from the outside, it may appear that Bulloch Drug, Wood ‘N Lace, and Comforts of Home are three separate shops. However, they are all operated as one store. Wood ‘N Lace is known for their women’s clothing and accessories, including graphic tees, purses, and jewelry. Next door is Comforts of Home, a home decor boutique offering home furnishings, wall and table decor, and more. This shop is especially fun to visit during the Christmas season, as they have many trees beautifully decorated with ornaments and other holiday decor.


Bulloch Drug

About Settlers Square

In name and value, Settler’s Square honors the rich pioneering history of Enoch, Utah. Even though Enoch is now the second largest community in Iron County, it continues to maintain the charm of a small town. Settler’s Square offers pre-built and semi-custom homes by Alex Meisner Construction. Choose the lot, floorplan, and design package that’s perfect for you! Contact Jenny Vossler – ERA Realty Center at (435) 559-1260 or [email protected] for more information.

Photo credit to Jean Balzan and Pixels. Retrieved 07/06/2022.

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