Family dining chain Black Bear Diner has opened its newest diner in El Cajon, California.
The opening marks the 64th California unit, and contributes to the company’s nationwide expansion, marking its 130th diner.
In addition to this opening, the company has opened two other diners this month, with another one in Black Bear Diner’s home state of California and the other in Texas.
“This month is very exciting for Black Bear Diner, with our continued growth in Texas as well as throughout our home state of California,” said Bruce Dean, CEO and co-founder of Black Bear Diner.
“We are happy to serve a wide range of authentic and delicious meals and look forward to providing the highest-quality service and food to guests in El Cajon, Downey and Beaumont for years to come.”
Black Bear Diner has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing franchises in the country, having already opened 10 new diners in 2019 to date and 15 locations in 2018.
The company has also been acknowledged as a disruptor in the family-dining segment for its growth and performance, and will continue to focus on serving home-style comfort food classics to communities nationwide as the brand expands.
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