Bear & Bone acknowledges that as a family business, its foundation, and the spaces we serve, work, and play in, stand upon the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa and Secwépemc peoples. We also acknowledge the Columbia River Metis Society, and Metis families that settled in the area.
Bear & Bone was born from a vision to create a place that felt like family. Family for our staff, their family, our guests, their family, and anyone who works with us in any capacity. From suppliers to plumbers. We are in our fourth year of operation, and we are proud to say the restaurant has taken a life of its own. The relationships made here will last a lifetime, we couldn’t be more proud of the community that has flourished within our walls.
We try to incorporate local ingredients whenever possible, and every year have added more. Our goal is to always prioritize using ingredients we can source from town, or BC, or Western Canada. Our beef used for our burgers is raised with love in Golden at Whiskey Hill farms, we use the Golden Bakery for a lot of our baking needs, and a lot of products used are sourced through BC indigenous businesses such as Spirit Bear Coffee. Our vision was to create a menu and atmosphere that highlights the beauty and diversity of Golden and the area. Besides using local products, we are committed to sourcing sustainable ingredients and improve our environmental impact constantly.
The restaurant is filled with pictures and artifacts from the area– loaned to us by the Golden Museum. We also have various wood sculptures, tables, and seating created by local artists and manufacturers. The mountain views from the restaurant give a slice of the beauty that Golden has to offer.
We are dedicated to creating a strong community within the restaurant and town and share it with everyone who comes to visit us, from near and far.