We entered The Prime Rib and I was immediately taken by the almost 80's throwback decor and old school clientele. Black lacquer and gold trim were everywhere, with someone playing the piano behind a mammoth flower arrangement. Almost surreal, but highly entertaining. The menu is printed in large font, which is a reflection of the clientele. I ordered a shrimp cocktail, Caesar salad and the prime rib. The shrimp was easily some of the best I have ever had. Large, crisp, and a cocktail sauce nicely seasoned with the ability to add more horseradish was memorable. The ceasar salad was nice and dressing was somewhat tangy. The lettuce could have been crisper. The prime rib was perfection. Medium rare. Juicy. Cut like butter. I was full but kept on going. And going. The manager, Garth, was very nice and courteous. He made us feel welcome. Overall, this is not your trendy, hipster joint. It's an old school restaurant that is confident in what it does and comfortable with its image.
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