The new company-owned restaurant marks Black Bear Diner’s presence in its 13th state.
The opening follows Black Bear Diner’s recent openings in two additional markets in California, with one diner opening in Murrieta on February 11 and another in Fresno on February 19.
“Expanding our footprint into another state is a huge step as we continue our growth across the country,” said Black Bear Diner Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Bruce Dean.
“We look forward to sharing our warm hospitality and home-style comfort food with the Little Rock community, and to bring Black Bear Diner to many other communities in the near future.”
Founded in Mt. Shasta, Calif., in 1995, Black Bear Diner brings home-style comfort food classics and personal service back to the dining experience.
Black Bear Diner has been consistently recognized for its significant growth and outstanding performance.
Franchise Times has called Black Bear Diner as one of the “Smartest-growing brands” in the country.