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Eating in Big Bear

The Win Group takes their food seriously. In fact, one of the members on our team was voted “Most Likely To Be Found, Eating” back in High School. With that being said, we don’t mess around when we talk restaurants. Now, the good news is that we are always trying out the latest restaurants in town and can help you focus on all the best places if you simply ask. In a nutshell though, you’ll find just about any kind of restaurant that your heart desires in our valley.

From steak, seafood, burgers, indian, thai, poke, pub food, mexican, pizza, juice bars, ice cream, candy, baked goods, bars and pubs, diners, coffee and tea shops, and lastly, fast food. (Whew!) We certainly know where to send you. Just give us a Holla! If you want to save your voice though, you can also tune in on Amazon Alexa to hear our BBRE The Win Group, Flash Briefings. (Just search out the term Big Bear updates

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Every Monday-Friday we talk “All things Big Bear”. We feature a local business each week and often times those will be restaurants!

Happy eating friends!

Featured Restaurants in Big Bear

The Himalayan

Some of the best Indian Food west of Mumbai – Himalayan alone is worth a trip to Big Bear. We’re not kidding!

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Awesome atmosphere, great food, reasonable prices, fire pit and entertainment on the patio, fun bar upstairs. We love this place!

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Looking for great Mexican served by friendly staff – you found it. Plus the sports bar can’t be beat. A Local’s Favorite!

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Local Tastes?

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Fantastic food is not just found in the village. There are great restaurants located throughout the valley, including along Big Bear Boulevard and both the Stater Bros. and Vons shopping centers. And don’t forget the local’s favorite dessert spot, North Pole Fudge, for homemade candy and tasty ice cream, and – you guessed it, fudge.

 Global Flavors?

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