Find the perfect entree/drink pairing when you dine out in Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Dining After A Day Of Outdoor Activities

Posted: 05/16/11

When you burn up a lot of energy due to big outdoor adventure in SoCal's Adventure Capital, Big Bear Lake, you are going to need to refuel. Here are some popular places to fill up in Big Bear Lake.

There are many ways to pack a day full of activities in Big Bear Lake. Whether you are mountain biking, hiking, fishing or exploring the destination in another way, fun can be extremely exhausting. That's why there are some great restaurants to enjoy big meals at affordable prices.

Big Bear Lake Brewery: Who doesn't like micro beers? Who would refuse a cold one after a spectacular hike or ride? If you haven't been, you should put this on your list. We stopped by after spending an afternoon climbing at Castle Rock. The benefits are twofold: pub fare is always the answer after a day of exertion and the beer cooled our finger tips rubbed raw from climbing.

The Himalayan: When friends come to town, we go to The Himalayan. Serving Indian and Nepalese food, the menu is vast and the service is super friendly. We had dinner with a large group of friends last week. It was good to catch up on each other's lives over Nepali beers and a meal that began with naan and ended with sweet kheer.

The Boneyard Bar & Grill: Refuel your body with great beer or a cool cocktail and a juicy plate of ribs, burgers, pulled pork and more. The Boneyard is one of the best places into to get your fix of BBQ and American cuisine. Our favorite dish is the steak salad, that features juicy slices of tri-tip steak.

Dynasty: Enjoy a large plate of Orange Chicken, egg rolls and fried rice. Dynasty primarily offers Chinese, Szechwan Manderin style food as well as Mongolian BBQ. The restaurant is located near the Village on Big Bear Boulevard. Come hungry and leave with a full and content heart as well as a content stomach.

Royal Thai Bistro: In the heart of the Village, Royal Thai Bistro serves up flavorful curries and traditional thai dishes such as Tom Yum Soup, Pad Thai and more. Your dish can be made as spicy as you'd like so fans of heat can Live it. Up!

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