RIVER VALLEY EATS | Kat Robinson says the Mulberry Dairy Dip Diner still delightful

Diner keeps faves, adds breakfast

The Torpedo Burger at the Mulberry Dairy Dip Diner comes with its cheese and peppers on the inside, making for a juicy patty that contains a lot of flavor. The Hula Hoop Onion Rings are supersized, an inch and a half to two inches thick, hand-battered in flour and made when you order.

(Courtesy Photo/Kat Robinson)
The Torpedo Burger at the Mulberry Dairy Dip Diner comes with its cheese and peppers on the inside, making for a juicy patty that contains a lot of flavor. The Hula Hoop Onion Rings are supersized, an inch and a half to two inches thick, hand-battered in flour and made when you order. (Courtesy Photo/Kat Robinson)


Both diners and dairy bars are fading off the culinary scene statewide. The pressures of keeping up these low price-point community restaurants through tough times and a pandemic have caught up.