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Bev & Lyn Kemper, owners of the diner, grew up in Honey Brook.  They decided to buy a chrome 50’s diner in 2008 & move it to Honey Brook in 2011 from Galveston, Texas.  The diner passed through 7 states with police escorts most of the way.


Wimpy & Dee’s diner is named after Bev Kemper’s parents, Dave “Wimpy” and Dorothy “Dee” Glauner, life long residents of Honey Brook.

Opened in the Fall of 2011, it now has become a regular meeting place for local people and customers as far away as China, England, Germany and many other countries.

It is our goal to bring back the 50’s & 60’s to a lot of us to remind us of a much simpler and uncomplicated life.  Where kids hung out on the corner, went to local dances with live bands and took our girlfriends to the local diner for a burger & milkshake.

We hope that when you walk through our doors that it takes you back to “HAPPY DAYS” & lets you relax at Wimpy & Dee’s.  You don’t just get a meal, YOU STEP BACK IN TIME.

Bev & Lyn