Black Bear Diners Are All Around the Salt Lake Valley

S. F. Mori

There are a dozen locations in Utah
Black Bear Diner(Image is author's)

Black Bear Diners have become popular places to eat in the Salt Lake Valley and in other parts of Utah. They are restaurants where the food is good, and the portions are generous. They also seem to cater to the local community with small newspapers which are reminders of the past history in the area.

The Black Bear Diner locations in Utah are in American Fork, Draper, Layton, Logan, Ogden, Orem, Sandy, St. George, Washington, West Jordan, West Valley City, and Woods Cross. There are many Black Bear Diners throughout California, Arizona, and various other states.

They say on their website that their food tastes a lot like your grandmother's favorite recipes. It is home style cooking with foods that are sure to please and which may help people remember their childhood. They have a large menu with plenty of choices.

The mission of the Black Bear Diner Restaurants is to welcome every guest with open arms. They aim to make everyone feel welcome. They also help with donating to the local communities and on a national level to various causes.

The Black Bear Diner started in 1995, and now has over 140 locations in fourteen states. They are continuously expanding. Franchise information is available at their website.

They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their customers are all ages including family groups. People enjoy the casual atmosphere and the friendly service as well as the home style cooking.

The bear branding for the restaurants is seen throughout with the wood carving welcome bear outside at most of the locations.


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