Seven Dwarfs Restaurant – Wheaton, Illinois


Seven Dwarfs Restaurant is Disney-theme diner located at 917 E. Roosevelt Road in the green hills of Wheaton, Illinois.

Serving the Wheaton/Glen Ellyn communities for over 60 years, the Seven Dwarfs is conveniently situated on the northwest corner of President and Roosevelt on the east side of town.


Inside the charming little diner, murals of the Seven Dwarfs from the Disney movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs adorn the walls next to booths, tables and diner-style counter.


Pictures in oval frames from the classic story also grace the walls in this enchanted eatery.


The restaurant is open seven days a week, one day for every dwarf. It’s menu serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from 6am through 10pm.

NOTE: Other establishments using the Seven Dwarfs themes: Seven Dwarfs Motel and Cabins located at 468 Canada Street in Lake George, New York; and Seven Dwarfs Motel and Lodge at Scenic U.S. Rt 3 in Twin Mountain, New Hampshire. See also Seven Dwarfs Restaurant, London, Ontario, Canada.

And finally, staying with the theme of “dwarfs”, there once was a roadside eatery called the Dwarf Restaurant located along Clinton Highway near Knoxville, Tennessee.


According to information found on the reverse side of a vintage postcard “Dwarf Restaurant, 6109 Clinton Hwy. NW, Knoxville, Tenn. We specialize in chicken in the basket, western steaks, country ham, sea food. You haven’t tasted coffee until you have tried ours. 2 1/2 miles north of Knoxville, US 25W. Adjoining Tate Motel. One of the south’s finest restaurants.”

Seven Dwarfs Restaurant
917 E Roosevelt Rd
Wheaton, IL 60187

Seven Dwarfs Restaurant (Website)


Born in Philadelphia, Jerome Alphonse Holst worked 30 years as a librarian. He has since retired and lives in Thomasville, North Carolina. Mr. Holst is also the author of the children’s books “Norman the Troll,” "Norman the Troll and the Haunted House," and "Gretchen and the Gremlins." In addition, he penned the fantasy novel “The Adventures of Glinda Gale,” a retelling of “The Wizard of Oz" and the reference text “The Encyclopedia of Movie and TV Insults.” .

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