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Big Bear History with Dinner at the Captains Anchorage

Big Bear, Ca  March 26, 2011 12:00 pm – Where in Big Bear can you enjoy a steak, seafood, and perhaps visit with a ghost?  The Captain’s Anchorage asks you to form your own opinion about the ghost, but is sure you will find their food flavorful.  The restaurant was built in 1946 and your dinner includes a healthy portion of Big Bear history.  Formerly known as the Sportsman’s Tavern, the location has endured fires, gambling, and multiple ghost sightings.  The current bar area is named for former owner, Andy Devine, best known for his role as Jingles on the Wild Bill Hickok show in the early 1950’s.  In the Andy Devine Room, current day visitors can enjoy drink and food specials during the 4:30 – 6:30 happy hour each evening, Sunday – Friday.  The main dining room is open from 4:30 until 10:00 pm nightly, with Angus steaks, prime rib, chicken, seafood, and pasta dishes, each including the soup and salad bar with the meal.  If you’re brave, try the Ship Wreck, a rich brownie smothered in vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, pine nuts, and whipped cream.  To make your reservations, call 909- 866-3997.  The Captain’s Anchorage is located in the triangle at Moonridge Road and Big Bear Blvd, in the City of Big Bear Lake.  Visit their website at captainsanchorage.com for details about the menu and the...

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Saucy Mama’s Pizzeria Stands Out

Big Bear, Ca March 12, 2011 3:00 pm – In the Village of Big Bear Lake, tucked in behind the North Pole Fudge and Ice Cream Company, you will find Saucy Mama’s Pizzeria.  Although the location is off the beaten path, the food stands out.  Homemade dough, hand-tossed, topped with a sauce from a family recipe, and baked in a stone oven, the pizza is fresh and unique.  Accompanied by a salad and one of the many beer or wines offered, you have a delicious dinner.  If you’d prefer something different, try the pizza fries, smothered in mozzarella cheese, jalapenos, and bacon bits, with a side of homemade pizza sauce for dipping, or the hand made ravioli, spaghetti, or tortellini with your choice of Grandma’s meat sauce or a vegetarian marinara.  A variety of subs and sandwiches on fresh baked bread, appetizers and reasonably priced lunch specials round out the menu.  Open 11:00 am – 8:00 pm during the week, 11:00 – 9:00 on weekends, Saucy Mama’s is definitely worth looking for when you’re hungry in Big Bear.  Saucy Mama’s Website [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30518.mp3|titles=Saucy Mama’s Pizza Stands...

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