Black Bear Diner is expanding across America.

Black Bear Diner

With two openings already under its belt one month into 2019, Black Bear Diner continues to demonstrate its commitment to grow and expand, bringing its delicious home-style food to even more guests.

Black Bear Diner Starts 2019 with New California Openings

Black Bear Diner, the fast-growing, family dining concept that offers a one-of-a-kind experience and home-style comfort food classics in a friendly, bear-themed atmosphere, announced it has opened two more units in its home state of California, this time in Turlock and Rancho Cucamonga. Franchisee CRC Inc. operates Turlock’s location, while franchisee Elite Diners, LLC runs the Rancho Cucamonga restaurant.

With two openings already under its belt one month into 2019, Black Bear Diner continues to demonstrate its commitment to grow and expand, bringing its delicious home-style food to even more guests. With a total of 122 diners, the company is dedicated to expanding eastward, while keeping a strong presence in its home state.

Details on the two new units are as follows:

Rancho Cucamonga, California

Located at 10910 E. Foothill Blvd, this 5,582 square-foot diner seats a total of 148 guests. The company looks forward to bringing its delicious home-style meals to the Rancho Cucamonga community Sunday-Thursday from 6:00am-10:00pm and Friday-Saturday from 6:00am-11:00pm.

Turlock, California

Located at 3050 N. Tegner Road in Turlock, this 7,000 square-foot diner seats up to 244 guests. The diner will provide both hearty and healthful selections to customers every day from 6 am-10 pm.

“We are starting the year strong with not only one, but two, openings in distinct and thriving cities in California,” says Black Bear Diner co-founder and chief executive officer Bruce Dean. “As we proceed with our expansion eastward, it remains a priority to continue growing our footprint in our home state where it all began. We look forward to continuing to share our story, sincere hospitality, and house-made comfort food to new and returning customers.”

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