A Black Bear Omlette

Or is it spelt Omlet? Either spelling is rejected by my spell check. I did a quick search for the correct spelling and didn’t find much about which is correct. It’s been spelt either way and other ways too. Anyway, I found these photos on my iPhone this morning, I’m very good at snapping photos with the phone and totally forgetting about them. The Black Bear Diner has great food, this huge omlet is no exception. I’ve never had a bad meal at this place, I wish it was much closer to my home. Are you too a fan of this delicious breakfast?

Photos: Outside view, the menu then the meal!

Categories:Blogging, Cooking, Food, Home, iPhone Photography, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Locals, Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, Thoughts

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18 replies

  1. We have Black Bear Diners up here, too! They are a good chain. My favorite one is over by Mount Shasta, in California.

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  2. I remember visiting a diner in New York called (if I remember correctly) Sarges Diner. Might still be there. I was overwhelmed by the size of the portions. I had breakfast one time and there was enough food on the plate to feed a family of four for a week! Fabulous food. A great way to start the day!

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  3. Is this the diner with the cute black wire bear condiment holders? Must be, if it has bear paws on the plates and napkins!

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  4. The sky is the limit on what you can put in an omelette. Looks good.

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  5. “Omelette”… Now I feel like making me one!

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  6. Love Diners and their breakfasts!

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