Big Bear Grill-Warson Woods

Like its older sister in Wildwood, the Warson Woods location of Big Bear Grill brings the hunting lodge to you - complete with fireplace and a bear skin on the wall. Diners don't have to catch their own fish to enjoy it, with catfish, walleye and salmon among the options. Other choices include burgers, sandwiches and wraps, but for the non-sporting type, there are also about a half-dozen salads.

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Like its older sister in Wildwood, the Warson Woods location of Big Bear Grill brings the hunting lodge to you - complete with fireplace and a bear skin on the wall. Diners don't have to catch their own fish to enjoy it, with catfish, walleye and salmon among the options. Other choices include burgers, sandwiches and wraps, but for the non-sporting type, there are also about a half-dozen salads.

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