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The Prime Rib - 4 Reviews - 2020 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006, Washington, DC - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (202) 466-8811

The Prime Rib

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2020 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006 (at Midtown)
Washington, DC 20006
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(202) 466-8811
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Restaurants , Steak Houses , Carry Out

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Food & Dining

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Best

The Prime Rib is the best example of the classic supper club. Dark, swanky (if a bit dated) decor, jovial piano player, exellect meat quality and polished service.\r Too bad no ...

Worst

All reviews seem positive

This is a famous restaurant 1/23/2010

Every city has favorit dining place that attract foodies with taste and class. In DC/VA/MD few places stand out and become reputable. Prime Rib in DC is one of a few famous restaurants where the tables are always booked and the servers are superstars. These restaurants are hot for one reason, they ensure your dining experience will be unforgettable. If you're looking for great service and delicious food. afeww weeks ago, I dined one at I Ricchi and the food was good and the server was excellent. I ordered prime Rib but they only served MR+ which I found little bit odd. The server Adil said to me if I will be in town for one more day I should try the prime Rib Restaurant which I did. I will come back. more

Primo Prime Rib 7/10/2009

The Prime Rib is the best example of the classic supper club. Dark, swanky (if a bit dated) decor, jovial piano player, exellect meat quality and polished service.\r Too bad no one was there for dinner on a Tuesday night. I hope this place stays in business because it's a real gem. A nice break from the slammed, loud, shorts-and-tshirts crowd of some of the more popular steakhouses in DC. Pros: obviously, the delish prime rib Cons: quiet dinner with the elderly more

Great steakhouse 11/20/2007

What a delightful meal! For a steakhouse, the menu was quite extensive. I started with a tasty heart of... more

Great steakhouse 11/19/2007

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What a delightful meal! For a steakhouse, the menu was quite extensive. I started with a tasty heart of palm salad, my husband had the escargots.... more

2007 Fall Dining Guide 10/13/2007

By Tom Sietsema Washington Post Magazine Sunday, Oct. 14, 2007 Civility reigns at The Prime Rib, which opened in 1976 and appears not to have budged much since. Men are still required to wear a jacket and tie, live piano and bass music continues to create a supper-club feel, and red meat and stiff drinks are cause for celebration rather than guilt. "Continued consumption of wine may lead to sophistication . . . and possibly severe happiness" reads the playful "warning" stamped on a cocktail napkin in this black-and-gold den of decadence. If you like tradition, you'll love this art deco-style steakhouse. "Our meat is corn-fed, dry-aged and slow-roasted," a waiter in a tux informs you when he takes your order, which should start with some oysters on the half shell, segue into the obvious prime rib and include a couple of sides -- creamed spinach and mashed potatoes being the richest and most wonderful. Not everything is tops. Frankly, the New York strip lacks sizzle, and the china could use an upgrade. But the (lump-only) crab imperial is sweet tribute to that seafood classic, the apple pie finds Norman Rockwell on a plate, and no other meat market comes close to this one for old-fashioned romance. more
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Downtown steakhouse is more a ritual than a restaurant; the atmosphere is posh, the staff pampers and the prime rib is still the primary draw.

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 11:30 am-3 pm; Mon-Thu 5-10:30 pm; Fri-Sat 5-11 pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northwest Washington, Connecticut Ave/ K Street, Northwest
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