City of Menifee announces Black Bear Diner as March Business Spotlight

Menifee City Council recognizes Black Bear Diner as its March Business Spotlight. Photo provided by the City of Menifee.

The City of Menifee announced “Black Bear Diner” as its March Business Spotlight, a program that is a part of the Economic Development Department’s B3 (Building Better Businesses) program.

Opened in May 2023, Black Bear Diner is owned and operated by Amit Singh and Parth Metha. Black Bear Diner extended its paws to Menifee, making it the second establishment in Southwest Riverside County. 

Originating in Mt. Shasta, California, the diner was co-founded by Bruce Dean, Bob Manley, and Laurie Manley in 1995 and has built a nationwide presence of 156 locations in 14 states.

Located on Bradley Road, the diner’s extensive menu caters to all tastes, spanning from fluffy pancakes to juicy burgers and refreshing salads.

Black Bear’s dedication to Menifee goes beyond just serving delicious food. In addition to partnering with the Menifee Police Department for its first-ever Breakfast with Badges, it has collaborated with the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce and participated in the city’s State of the City Address.

“We are grateful for Black Bear’s commitment to excellence and for being a valued part of the growing vibrant dining scene in Menifee,” District 1 Councilman Bob Karwin said. “It is heartwarming to see a business like Black Bear not only thrive in their endeavors but also give back to the community that they serve.”

The City of Menifee Business Spotlight is a free business recognition program to create awareness for the variety of local businesses and their contributions to the Menifee community. Chosen applicants, who are nominated by the community, are honored during a special presentation at a city council meeting and receive a free 30-second professional video developed by the Economic Development Department showcased on the city’s business website.


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