Restaurant chain plots Texas expansion

(Photo via Black Bear Diner Instagram)

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Black Bear Diner — which has 13 locations in Arizona — is growing its footprint in Texas.

The Redding, California-based restaurant chain plans on opening at least six new locations in Texas this year. Black Bear Diner already has nine restaurants in Texas.

The new Texas locations are being developed in the Houston, McAllen, Fort Worth, Dallas and Austin markets.

“We are pleased to introduce Black Bear Diner to new communities this year, and we look forward to serving up our delicious food and family-style dining experience to more guests,” said Anita Adams, CEO of Black Bear Diner. “Strategically expanding our footprint in the Lone Star State is a key part of our long-term plan to continue to push eastward.”

The restaurant chain has 144 locations in 14 states. Its Arizona footprint includes locations in Gilbert, Mesa, Laveen, Glendale, Goodyear and Tempe.

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