The bloggers looked at a gift certificate which was folded in Hans' pocket, a print out from Restuarants.com. Spend 35 dollars and 25 of these dollars are taken off. That's a 10 dollar dinner. Alcohol was not included. The bloggers looked over the menu. The menu lacks most basic food group but meat. They ordered chicken nugget Sliders and two burgers, the Bacon Bleu and Southwesterner. These items come to 28.97. With tax, 30.72. Why these items? The idea of a sandwich made out of a chicken nugget is straight from the "Things that Kept me up Late at Night when I was in Fifth Grade" playbook: While the burgers we ordered were simply by chance. Are thirteen different types of peanut butter in the grocery store really definitive of options? The nugget sliders were served with bacon and cheddar cheese. Heck, the side of tater tots seemed odd enough to work.
The sliders came out soon after ordering. The bun was steamed and the chicken barely hatched. The cheddar melted on the bacon but not onto the chicken. It was tasty and had flavor, which we would soon find out is a rarity at Black Bear. If Black Bear dedicated more of their menu to cheap pub fare like this, we would see the popularity. The side of tater tots brought elementary school flashbacks to the blogger's mind.
The burgers came out faster than one could say "Big Meech." If Prime 16's burger is heaven, Black Bear's is hell, with Tucker Max as your cell mate. This restaurant uses glue and newspaper fed cows for meat. Hans and Mendez thought their taste buds were broken but, no, Black Bear's burger lacks any taste. Swamp Thing must have cooked the French Fries. Deep fried food reaches a new low here. However, when a majority of America's population thinks their President is a Muslim, we can see how other patrons enjoyed this food.
Now, you may be asking yourself, or talking to the computer screen. "C'mon Hans and Mendez, that's not the real Black Bear. Black Bear is 'men's shirts, short skirts.'" It's young naive women and the meat heads who court them. We answer that one corner of the Bermuda Triangle is no different than the other. Hans and Mendez have seen night life and they have had proctologist exams. No need to mix the two together.