At Dairy Dip Diner in Mulberry, we are proud to be an Arkansas institution. A family-owned and operated Arkansas 50s-style diner. Since 1952, we have served up classic diner food and Mulberry favorites sprinkled with Southern hospitality.
Founded by the Reynolds family and eventually purchased by Nathan Hunter, the Dairy Dip Diner in Mulberry was originally a “carry out only” establishment. Finally, as the 50s-style diner’s reputation grew, we saw the need to build an east-side dining room and a west-side gaming room (which we converted into additional seating in 2000) with fun 50s decor.
Over the years, we have had the honor of serving our 50s-style hometown cooking to local and international celebrities and politicians, including the governor of Arkansas. This diner has survived the ups and downs of the past 60 years, but in true Mulberry fashion, it has stood the test of time.
Dairy Dip Diner in Mulberry has been home to much of Mulberry’s history, from budding teenager romances to engagements to birth announcements to contract signings to marriage proposals to local sports championships and everything in between. It warms our hearts to see children who ate here in 1952 today enjoying the same delicious meals with their grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Our customers and employees are like our family.
We are excited to be part of Mulberry’s future for the next 60 years.
The Dairy Dip Diner in Mulberry is home for those cruising across the country and those who live just down the road. We offer quality food in a clean, comfortable atmosphere. Our extensive menu includes world-class burgers, 50s favorites, southern dinners, shakes and malts, and much more.
You can find us at 29 Highway 64 W., on the south side of 29 US 64. Our doors are open Monday through 10 AM to 8 PM and closed on Sunday. We look forward to your next visit.