The Great Lost Bear has become a Portland institution since opening in 1979. The Bear is located about two miles from Portland's touristy Old Port but ... More
The Great Lost Bear
The Great Lost Bear has become a Portland institution since opening in 1979. The Bear is located about two miles from Portland's touristy Old Port but well worth the journey across town to the Mysterious Woodford's Area. The Great Lost Bear features an enormous eclectic menu with something for everyone: from hearty, spicy junk food to a large vegetarian selection, from steaks, salads and All American Burgers to award winning, wicked gooey desserts... all served in an entertaining atmosphere.
I like the buffalo chicken fingers from here. They also have a melted chees sauce that the put on burgers and you can get with the fries thats real unique. Irecommend getting it on the side because it is messy and heavy. Parking is awful we go elsewhere sometimesbecause parking is so bad.
This is an awesome little bar that reminded me alot of the TV Show CHEERS. The whole experiance was warm and laid back. Brews are good and food is excellent. The staff made the night awesome because they were so freindly. The crowds are social, you wouldnt have any problems meeting new people that are cool to chill with.
The Great Lost Bear is a Great place to spend a lost day... or any day for that matter... The food is great, simply awesome... The restaurant's atmosphere sets a very loose, fun mood. Bring your appetite, and bring friends, for the Great Lost Bear is a great place to loosen up after a long day at work...
Oh yeah, with over 50 beers (yes, fifty) on tap, you really can't go wrong!!!
Who needs Maine lobster when you can go to The Great Lost Bear. The wide variety of menu choices makes it difficult to order. Any place that makes a burger that includes a fried egg on it and has the option of being chicken fried is definitely a wicked awesome place. I have never been let down in any way. The atmosphere is great and the staff is superb. Oh why can't there be one in every state?