Where is Black Bear Diner Corporate office Headquarters

Black Bear Diner Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1880 Shasta St, Redding, CA 96001, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 530-243-2327
  • Fax Number: 530-243-8934
  • Email: info@blackbeardiner.com
  • Number of Employees: 
  • Established: 1995
  • Founder: Bruce Dean and Bob & Laurie Manley
  • Key People: Anita Adams

Black Bear Diner Headquarters Location & Directions

Black Bear Diner Headquarters Executive Team



Bruce Dean

Co-Founder & CEO

Bob Manley


Laurie Manley


Anita Adams

Chief Financial Officer

Tim Kaliher

Chief Operating Officer

Craig Cunningham

Senior Vice President of Operations

Robin Yoshimura

Chief Franchise Officer

About Black Bear Diner, History and Headquarters Information

Black Bear Diner was incorporated by Bruce Dean and Bob & Laurie Manley in 1995 in Mount Shasta, California. The company is headquartered in Redding, California.

Black Bear Diner is an American restaurant chain which serves delicious family breakfast, meals, burgers, frosty shakes & healthful salads. Currently, Black Bear Diner is spread over 133 locations in 13 different states in the USA. They offer the best food & restaurant services all across the USA. This family dining restaurant is decorated with a 12-foot-tall black bear carving as well as some other murals and artwork. The menu is formatted in an old newspaper titled The Black Bear Gazette. The front page has all the food products and family meals such as breakfast, burgers, salads, and shakes, baked goods and alcohol too, from where customers can choose and order.

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  • Robert Payton says:

    This evening the wife and I had dinner at the Signal Hill store and to say the least we were disappointed with the food. she ordered a Denver omelet and I the Chopped Steak breakfast, her food was okay, but when I got mine, the steak didn’t have any gravy on it like advertised and there were no eggs of any type.
    this is not the first time there has been a problem with the food at this location, the last three time we have been in, something has not been right, one night the soup was burnt and you could smell the dry steam table when you walked in the front door, the time before this I ordered the tri tip which came cold and so tough you could hardly cut it and tonight, the lack of eggs on a breakfast was the last straw, our server known us by name and had gone out of his way to make things right, but I don’t think he needs to run the kitchen also to make sure the food is up to the grade you claim it is. so…. after trying three times to have a good sit down dinner without something being wrong and having to ask for the full meal, or having to send something back because it was either under done, or over cooked, we have decided not to waste out money any more at your store, also I almost forgot, grits are supposed to be creamy and not the consistency of sticky rice as served with the meal tonight, we have given all we can to your store and it hasn’t changed and in fact gotten even worse after the management, cook and server changes, you might want to take a hard look at this store to see what’s going, or why things aren’t the way you think they are, I will be glad to speak with you about this if your interested, if not, that’s okay with me!!!!

  • Kenneth & Brenda Eppich says:

    We love to go to the Black Bear Diner in Washington, Utah. Jessica (Jess) is a wonderful
    server. It is a great place to go when we have company.

  • Jim says:

    Went to the West Jordan Ut location tonight. First of all the service was very slow. We got in there at about 6:30 pm, it was after 8:30 pm when we got out of there. IT wasn’t all that busy. The slow pace didn’t bother us to much. My wife did mention that maybe they had to chase down the chicken. We were there for a birthday party for my grandson and my daughter. After waiting for about an hour, the food finally started coming out, while most everyone’s dinner was good, mine prime rib dinner wasn’t. The prime rib was over cooked, I ordered medium rare. If that wasn’t bad enough, the mashed potatoes and gravy were cold, the vegetables were cold. You could tell the meal had been sitting under a hot lamp for quite some time. The gravy had a glaze formed on it. Just looking at the meat, you could tell it had been sitting out for some time. The plate it’s self wasn’t hot. My wife’s plate was quite hot, even when she finished eating, the plate was still good and warm.
    We have been going to this location since they opened. Most times, it has been a good experience.
    I talked with the server and she had a manager come over and talk with us. I explained it to him and said he would take 35% off of the bill. I told him I didn’t think that was right for a cold meal. He told me he would have the owner (store manager) come over and talk with me. After about 30 minutes of waiting for her, the gentlemen told me she had left to run an errand without talking with me.
    When we went to check out, the girl at the register asked how it was and told her the story. I could tell she had been prepped for me. She said, well everyone else’s meal was hot. She was extremely rude in her attitude. And just walked away before I signed the receipt. Our bill was over $100.
    I have been going to this location since they first opened. I will assure you, I will never be back there. And yes I know it won’t make a difference to them.

  • John says:

    Alycia is absolutely an amazing server and will always have our business at the gridley black bear

  • John says:

    Me and my son ate at this restaurant in gridley and were very apprehensive because of past experiences but a server named alycia took care of us and was absolutely amazing at making sure our every need was met above and beyond anything we had ever experienced here before. This young lady should be running that restaurant!

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