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Eagle Rib Shack

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360 E. State St. Eagle, ID 83616
208-938-5460
phone 208-938-5460
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Restaurant Description:

Eagle Rib Shack is an American restaurant located in Eagle, ID.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Menu coming soon
Details:

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
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Comments (7)add comment

Astounded said:

Actions speak louder than food
The owner of this place came into my workplace and quite literally threw a temper tantrum which included jumping up and down, slamming his fists on my desk and being on the verge of verbally abusive because he didn't get what he wanted from us. I don't care how good his food might be, I would never, ever, eat at an establishment owned by someone who thinks acting like a child and being extremely rude is the way to do business with others.
 
February 24, 2012
Votes: +1

FoodSalesWest said:

Closed
Closed their doors
 
July 13, 2010
Votes: +0

BBQ Fan said:

Styrofoam
I eat at this place all the time and still order from them for delivery and catering now that the restaurant is closed. The food is outstanding. To address the other comments, the restaurant owners listened to their customers and stopped using styrofoam over a year ago. Tri Tip is the most expensive item on the menu, and there are plenty of less expensive items. But even so, $40 for five people is less than $10 a plate.
 
July 04, 2009
Votes: +0

Cindy Lee said:

STYROFOAM GALORE! Shame on you!
My husband and I had dinner at the Rib Shack recently. The food was good (although they had run out of several items)but we could not get past the fact that every order was served in styrofoam containers whether it was take out or dine in. It felt horrible to look into those garbage cans and know that all that waste would end up in our land fill. For this reason alone we will not dine at the Rib Shack again until the owner figures out a way to use dishes, at least for dine in customers. P.S. They don't recycle anything. I took my bottle home to recycle. smilies/cry.gif
 
June 10, 2008
Votes: -2

BW said:

waste, waste, waste
I was amazed upon ordering my food that this place serves every single menu item in styrofoam containers - regardless of whether you're eating on their patio or taking out. Sitting amongst the crowd of patio diners, each messily eating out of their foam boxes, the meal's tastiness was quickly masked by the realization that this place must go through an ungodly amount of this unrecyclable and unsustainable waste.

After approaching the Manager about their choice of plating, I was quickly bombarded with a stuttering blur of defensive excuses. A back-and-forth discussion yielded next to nothing. They couldn't recycle my glass bottle either.

Perhaps one day, those profits will buy plates. Until then, I will never return to this place, obviously and strictly, upon principle.

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May 25, 2008
Votes: -1

Wildcat Dianne said:

Eagle Rib Shack
My friend Linda and I were in Eagle buying containers for our home-made lotions and lip balms we are going to make for our friends and family for Christmas. We were hungry, but in a hurry because of another committment, and the ladies at Eagle Container Company highly recommended that we try the Eagle Rib Shack down the road from the them.

Linda and I were not disappointed by the Rib Shack at all. We just regretted being in a hurry and not being able to sample a full meal instead of taking a sandwich to go.

Upon going inside the Rib Shack, we were greeted happily by the owner and workers. Linda and I had a heck of a time deciding what to take with us, but the girl at the counter gave us a sample of sliced pork, which sealed our decision then and there.

Linda and I split a sliced pork sandwich to go. It was huge for a half sandwich and was smothered in a mildly spicy barbecue sauce. We were kicking ourselves for not sitting down and eating a meal, but we are going to do that very soon, and more to this entry will be added.

The Rib Shack is located in downtown Eagle, Idaho, and has an extensive menu of barbecue meats and side orders. You can order it in a sandwich or in the form of ribs or whole chickens and turkeys. There is also game meats in the summer time.

In good weather, you can eat outside at the Rib Shack. It looks like a nice little place for locals and tourists to fill up on hearty barbecue.

The Rib Shack is open 6 days a week and is closed on Mondays, but is open later on Fridays and Saturdays and until 8pm during the week. You can also order on-line at www.eagleribshack.com! I give this place a very high thumbs up and will be returning soon.
 
April 04, 2008
Votes: +0

Mogoose said:

I would check out the menu before going!
I was astonished 18.95 a pound for tri tip... wow, we dropped 40 bucks for dinner for 5, lets just say I made grilled cheese for the kids after we ate because we were soo hungry... It was good but I just don't see it!
 
February 20, 2008
Votes: -1

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