So having read reviews on here and elsewhere we were a bit dubious as to how good it would be. We were staying next door in Motel 6 and couldn't be bothered driving. How glad we are we ate there. The menu was done like...More
1 - 10 of 169 reviews
when traveling and needing to find a good breakfast - this hits the spot. This is a chain with a number of locations from Western Washington State, through Oregon into Northern California. We've eaten at a few of them, though our usual is the one...More
We have never eaten at a Black Bear Dinner before. They served comfort foods with huge portions. They offered a light portion, but since we hadn't eaten all day, we ordered the regular meal. I had chicken with white gravy and my husband had chicken...More
Ordered the Tri-Trip based on my previous experiences with Black Bear restaurants in California. The meat was tough and not seasoned at all - was pretty disappointed. The service was great - Billy aka Rebecca was awesome.
Well what can I say here! It filled the hole and stopped belly from growling! Had to wait for our coffee. Husband ordered ham & cheese omlet with American cheese, came with some cheddar, hash browns luck warm. My English muffin burnt! Waitress did his...More
This is a cute restaurant that doesn't feel like a chain at all. The waitress was very helpful as this was somehow my first Black Bear experience. I was very hungry and enjoyed the combo breakfast and the sweet cream pancakes were delicious. It was...More
Horrible, inconsistent, and dirty. I was served cold food, and my service was sub par at best. I sent my food back, and was given an even worse replacement. I asked for a manager, and some rude guy that looked as if on drugs told...More