Named after the diminishing population of black bears in Florida, this restaurant opened its doors in 1997 and has had a strong following ever since. The restaurant features its own brewery on the premises, where patrons can view beers being crafted right before their eyes. The décor suggests an intimate setting with its dim lighting and brick accents, but the eatery is also hugely popular with sports crowds. The menu features wood-fired pizzas, entrée-size salads, mouthwatering burgers, sandwiches, seafoods, steaks and a variety of house specialties. Start off with the beer cheese soup, which is made with a beer from the brewery and then move on to either a pizza or the turkey meatloaf. Neither will disappoint! Be sure to sample at least one of the house-crafted ales during your dining experience. The chef has even included some vegetarian dishes for those who aren't meat eaters. Also, many salads are made with organic greens. Whether it's a nice evening out with a loved one or grabbing a beer with some friends--this place is dually accommodating. The service is casual, but expect a fun and personable staff. The weekends can be busy, so please plan accordingly!