A Comfort-Food Extravaganza at Fullerton's Hungry Bear Restaurant

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 18, 2008
Steaks are HighA comfort-food extravaganza at the Hungry Bear Restaurant   You will be surrounded by teddy bears, perched overhead, ready to pounce. There are little ones, big ones and ones wearing hats. There is a knitted poster of one in an...
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