Rainbow Oaks serves hearty food in a pine-paneled restaurant that exudes rustic charm

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

One Response to "Rainbow Oaks serves hearty food in a pine-paneled restaurant that exudes rustic charm"

  1. Great restaurant   August 4, 2013 at 7:43 am

    The best food, we keep going back. Portions big enough to take some home.

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