The summer of 2007 saw the Moondance Diner get uprooted from 6th Avenue only to be hauled off to LeBarge, Wyoming. After a bit of downtime, the NY Times is reporting that the 1920s-era diner is set to reopen next month. Cheryl Pierce and her husband are the new owners, and have had their fair share of "bumps and glitches" to get over while restoring their purchase, but they are currently aiming for a January 9th grand reopening. The Pierce's also have a blog where they track their progress, it was last updated earlier this month with notes on the Alan Bushbaum "glass block" wall and their own "moon room" addition. The Star-Tribune reports that the menu will include traditional diner fare, "burgers, meatloaf, homemade fries and milkshakes/malts from an antique soda fountain"—you'll just have to travel 2400 miles to get it.
Moondance Diner Reopens in Wyoming Soon!
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