Rainbow Oaks Restaurant at the County Line serves hearty American food. That’s not their slogan, but it’s true! The restaurant, owned by Duke and Jonell Maples, is a busy, bustling place, with diners relaxing at tables or perched on unique cedar bar stools. The television screens over the bar are perennially tuned to sports channels.
“We have a good time here, we have great employees and great customers,” said Duke with a smile.
If you’re a meat lover you must try the after four o’clock menu. It’s a beef lover’s paradise – dinner portions of tri-tip, filet mignon, New York strip steak, rib-eye steak and top sirloin. However, diners can also find tri-tip on the luncheon menu as a sandwich and New York steak for breakfast.
On Wednesday nights prime rib is the star of the show. Tender and flavorful, it’s served as a special, with a choice of potato and side of green beans.
Duke explained that their prime rib comes from the Midwest. It’s a high quality meat, and the price fluctuates. Unfortunately the current price is at a higher point, but Duke’s philosophy is this: “We never shop around for cheaper meat – we don’t ever compromise.”
It’s not just prime rib that is high quality either – other meats, such as steaks and pork chops also fit into that category.
When food is served at Rainbow Oaks you can be assured that they don’t skimp on anything – ask for butter and you get a lot of it – ask for sour cream and it’s the same scenario. Everything is served in hearty portions.
Desserts are All-American – something you might find at a county fair or 4th of July celebration. Pies, cakes