The paint on the Rainbow Saloon sign at 6045 South 1900 West in Roy may have chipped a little over time, but love has kept the Saloon thriving for an outstanding 76 years. The Rainbow is where people come to celebrate, grieve, catch up with old friends, or meet new ones (including future spouses). There has even been a wedding in the parking lot!
The community feeling extends beyond the building’s walls. Patrons have raised over $200,000 for Shriner’s Hospital for Children, helped 34 assisted-living residents and 6 families just this last year for Sub-4-Santa (they have done this since 2006), held suicide awareness fundraisers, assisted with funeral expenses and cancer treatment costs—the list goes on and on. They are truly dedicated to giving back to the community of Roy. The Strickland’s slogan is “Saving Lives, One Jar at a Time.”
Originally on 5600 South, the Rainbow moved down the street 22 years ago, when Terry and his wife Julie bought the saloon and its contents from the previous owner.
You’ll find ice-cold beer on tap, served in Mason jars, as well as a good selection of canned or bottled beers and liquors. But you don’t have to drink to come in (though you must be at least 21). Watch sports on the big screens, play foosball, throw darts, or shoot some pool. Come in for the OMG buffalo wings, nachos, hand-cut fries, hamburgers, and of course, steak nights! Thursday and Saturday nights after 6 p.m. they only serve steaks: a ribeye, mushrooms and onions, baked potato, salad, and a roll.
Whether You’re 21 or 91 Everyone’s Welcome at the RAINBOW SALOON