My favorite breakfast in the bear. During lunch don't forget the fried pickles - decadent but delicious.
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This place,tucked away slightly from the main strip, provided a nice reprieve from the Labor Day crowds. Service was excellent, and the entire staff was friendly. Dogs are allowed on the large patio, and they provide water bowls, and even offer menu items for your pet! The food was pretty good, better than average for the Big Bear area.
Great food and great service. Sierra was an awesome server and we love the dog-friendly patio. The flat iron steak was actually tender, which is not common. I usually get a rib eye, but this was good, along with the garlic cheese mashed potatoes and sautéed vegetables. Wonderful enclosed patio!
this is a great fine dinning atmosphere! the food portions are very nice and they have great breakfast with patio seating!
Ate here for dinner a couple of times. Food was good and Staff was great! Wished we could have tried the meatloaf. They were out both times we went there. They had a 1 man band there on Thursday night. Played everything from Johnny Cash to Elton John! Was very entertaining!
Were there on a Sunday night. Had our dog and sat outside on their really cute patio. Food was good, but maybe not special. That night kids had the build your own pizza or pasta. Good choices and good alfredo sauce.large portions. Burgers were also good but not special. Nice option for the ambiance outside, drink selection and a good... More
This is a nice place, right at the lake and part of a large hotel complex. It dates back to probably the 1930's and had some historic charm. Beautiful stained glass windows. The food was good, better than when I was here in the past. I read reviews that complained about poor service but everyone I met (we ate here... More
This was the best restaurant we ate at while we stayed in town this past weekend. Service was quick, and staff was friendly and willing to go the extra mile to provide a enjoyable experience. The steak I had was tender and cooked perfectly, and the sough dough bread was to die for. Our dining experience made our trip more... More
Nice place for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner in Big Bear CA. Our family wanted something nice for lunch so we decided on Nottingham's. Nice menu-California cuisine-sandwiches, salads, pasta, hamburgers, seafood and steak. I had a grilled salmon salad and my husband had seared ahi with side salad. This restaurant is very nice and quaint on the inside but they also... More
We took the whole family there for dinner on Father's Day, since we were staying in a cabin Big Bear for the weekend. We were a party of 12, which is always difficult to serve. The food was marginal tasting and not very warm. Again, I would attribute it to the size of the party. I had a seafood linguine... More
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