Prime Rib

Prime rib is not necessarily prime-grade beef. Its name refers to the fact that it is made from the beef rib primal cut. But even if only choice, prime rib tends to be well marbled and extraordinarily tender – the most deluxe of beef cuts, often presented as a restaurant’s Saturday-night special. It is sliced thick, served bone-in or boneless, wallowing in natural juices.

Restaurants With This Dish

Huge slab of prime rib extends far beyond its plate
Durgin-Park

BOSTON, MA

Meringue-topped slice of coconut pie
Paris Coffee Shop

FORT WORTH, TX

Rare prime rib with mashed potatoes, onion rings & gravy ... best beef
Prime Steakhouse | Best Beef | Aiken, SC

AIKEN, SC

Santa Fe Bite - Green Chile Cheeseburger
Santa Fe Bite

SANTA FE, NM

Eddie’s Supper Club

GREAT FALLS, MT

Lydia’s Supper Club

BUTTE, MT

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