The Prime Rib Is An Old-School Steakhouse In Maryland That Hasn’t Changed In Decades
The Prime Rib knows a thing or two about steak. This historic restaurant has been in business since 1965, but resembles a 1940s NYC supper club. The prime beef goes through a month-long aging process to make it as succulent as possible. Numerous menu options include beef, with the restaurant receiving a nomination for having one of the top 20 steaks in the country by Esquire Magazine in 2008. The dress code at the Prime Rib is business casual, except on Saturday nights when a jacket is required. Let’s learn more about The Prime Rib in Maryland, shall we?
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