Remembered Black Bear restaurant when I was barely old enough to walk. I87 was not built yet. Since then I frequent the restaurant 1 or 2 times a week for years. (I live 70 miles away) Food, atmosphere, and service has been consistent for years. If you expect fancy cuisine or slop, don't stop. If you expect "real cooking" like we experience on a routine basis then you should stop. With several different waitresses don't get discouraged if one happens to be having a bad day. Service is good. They definitely don't skimp on the butter.
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