For some reason, Big Bear restaurants just have breakfast figured out. And Dank Donuts is another worthy addition. They’re making donuts daily, plus a small selection of breakfast burritos that are highly worth your time. The cake-style donuts are plenty doughy, but also still light enough that you can make it to the end of your hike. Our favorite is the Bear Claw, but really, go for whatever they say is hot. Adding a ham, cheese, and jalapeno croissant is also a good idea.
Where we've featured it
Search by Perfect For
More spots in Big BearSee more
The Copper Q
The Copper Q in Big Bear is coffee shop/trinket store that caters to tourists, but that's probably what you are anyway.
Old German Deli
Old German Deli in Big Bear is a grocery and deli with a great selection of sandwiches and brats.
More Cafe/Bakery spotsSee more
Zinc Café & Market
Zinc Cafe & Market in the Arts District is the closest thing that LA has to a fully-functional coffee resort.
Gigi’s Bakery & Cafe
Gigi’s is a Cuban bakery and cafe in Historic Filipinotown with some of the best sandwiches and pastries in town.
One of the most popular spots to write in LA, Commissary's Culver City location is same great space without the crowds.
Suggested by our writers
Grizzly Manor Cafe
Grizzly Manor Cafe is a tiny roadside breakfast shack in Big Bear with constant lines. The pancakes are worth the wait.
Amangela’s Sandwich and Bagel House
The breakfast bagel at Amangela's Sandwich and Bagel House is a Big Bear necessity.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more