Sugarloaf is an unincorporated community residential area less than a mile south of Big Bear City and 8 miles from the eastern tip of Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains of San Bernardino County, California. The area is primarily residential with a convenience store and a post office located at the center of the community. The residential area is set at an elevation of 7,096 feet at its center, whereas its extreme northern border is 6,998 feet above sea level and the southern tip sits at 7,218 feet above sea level. There is no municipal organization for the area, and all fire, water, and police service is provided by San Bernardino County. The ZIP code for the community is 92386, the area code 909, and the population is 1,816. Big Bear High School is located in the northern part of the community.
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Get there by 7am. Pancakes are the size of a medium pizza. Bring a sticker to put on the wall. So much food and so good.
4.5 based on 210 reviews
We visited at about 1 p.m. on a Saturday. The line was all the way from the counter to the door. It took probably 20 minutes to get to the counter and place our order, and then another 20 or more minutes to get our food. Our lunches arrived without any utensils or napkins; we had to request them at the counter. The sandwiches are very tasty and unique, however, I'm not sure I would wait that long again.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
We were visitors to California and had never seen a Vons store before, however we were more than impressed and visited other locations later in the trip. We were looking for chilled ingredients for a pasta dish to eat in our cabin and everything was great, including the wines to go with it!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
We stopped into Big Bear Donuts on a snowy afternoon and warmed up with a hot cocoa and donut. Both were spot on, highly recommend!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We called in late morning and ordered coffees and breakfast croissants, initially we thought a bit pricy but when they arrived they were lovely, good size and fresh - we added sausage, bacon, eggs, avocado, tomato's - we didn't need to eat again until late evening. staff were friendly, cosy atmosphere.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
My doctor says no to ice cream, but I say yes at least once per month. ''This is the best place to go in California for a treat. A great crowd is the sign of a great deal and treat. Don't miss it!
3.5 based on 7 reviews
This is a new place in the Big Bear Valley in Southern California. It is not someplace you will see by driving by as it is in the heart of the Sugarloaf community (on the East end of the Valley), not on a major street or highway, and you will have to come looking for it. First and foremost, this is a bar with pool tables, a prominent hightop bar seating area, and loud music. They also advertise that you can watch various sporting events on their large flat screen TV's. The food was surprisingly good overall but it took forever to get our food and to get any type of service. Part of the problem was that they had one server handling the bar and dining patrons however, the place was not packed so it appears they need more experienced servers and kitchen staff. We may give this place a try again but we will probably wait a while to see if they can get more settled. If you want a quieter meal, I would recommend coming here for lunch as I believe this place will get rather loud with the evening crowd.
4 based on 62 reviews
Stopped for brunch at this very casual but delicious cafe. The lumberjack omelet was tasty and the logger potatoes were amazing. The service was a little slow but very courteous.
4.5 based on 677 reviews
Come in and see why the Peppercorn Grille has become a local favorite. We offer the largest and most versatile menu in Big Bear. Choose from Certified Angus Beef, Seafood, Chicken, Pasta, Specialty Salads, Brick Oven Baked Pizza and more. All soups, bread and fabulous desserts are prepared fresh daily. Enjoy dining in our cozy intimate dining room or on our heated patio, street-side in 'The Village.' We offer an extensive wine list and cocktails. Come and experience the finest in dining Big Bear has to offer.
Restaurant was busy which is always a good sign. We received a friendly welcome and did not have to wait long for a table. Pleasant and efficient service plus delicious food which was nicely presented.
We shall be pleased to recommend the Peppercorn - and indeed the remarkable Big Bear resort when we return to England.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Stopped for lunch, had the place to myself. Huge sandwich (for big appetites). Was prepared rapidly and was fresh. Wish I could have had a beer. Would definitely stop in again
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