Black Bear Diner announced the Federal Way, Washington, diner has re-opened after an extensive remodel.

The store officially reopened its doors June 6. The franchised diner is owned and operated by franchisee Danny Banwait. The reopening follows extensive remodeling for an enhanced guest experience, which the location has undergone to update the over 50-year-old building, and will feature all new equipment, booths, lighting, signs, and restrooms, as well as HVAC units, plumbing, and electrical.

The restaurant will be open Sunday – Thursday from 6am – 9pm, and Friday – Saturday from 6am – 10pm, with a total seating capacity of 150, including a 40-seat meeting room.

Following the June 6 opening, from June 9 until June 12 Black Bear Diner will host its Grand Opening, with the diner’s official ribbon cutting ceremony set for 1:00pm PST on June 9. During this time, the diner will be randomly giving away t-shirts and hats to guests that post a picture or comment about the re-opening.

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