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Best Ribeye (South Florida)

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The Chowfather AKA sobe Jul 4, 2008 10:56 PM

Survey Says????

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    LargeLife Jul 5, 2008 05:24 AM

    Graziano's on Birrr Ro serves up a bone-in ribeye that is awesome and it gets lost on their menu....But it's thick....juicy.....well-marbled and you'll want to gnaw the last piece of flesh off the bone!....It's that good!.....Buckhead Beef is the purveyor and this is a great cut if you're thinking Ribeye......

    Emac

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      meb903 Jul 5, 2008 05:55 AM

      Runyon's in Coral Springs for ribeye & btw, they have the BEST prime rib of practically anyplace in the 3 states we frequent regularly - FL, NJ & NY. NY Prime in Boca is pretty good for rib eye.

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        aynrandgirl Jul 5, 2008 06:19 AM

        My favorite Ribeye is Morton's (www.mortons.com).

        1. freakerdude Jul 5, 2008 08:28 AM

          I'd like to see more regional Best Of's for the state instead of statewide. With gas prices they way they are now, nobody is going to drive across Fla. or even 100 miles just to try a resto.

          Favorite ribeye or any steak for that matter is at my house.

          Thanks

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            tpigeon Jul 5, 2008 08:24 PM

            I just had the ribeye at sardinia yesterday (again) and I can confirm it is awesome. I would suspect that grazianos on bird is even better but sardinias is pretty awesome nonetheless.

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              Booboo731 Jul 6, 2008 06:56 AM

              I have to agree with another post; I think the best rib eye is at my house. How much skill does it take to throw a quality piece of meat on the grill?

              That being said, my favorite spot is an oldie but a goodie. I like The Raindancer in WPB on PB Lakes Boulevard. It's been there for years. Great salad bar, ambiance. Always a pleasure.

              New chains are popping up, Capital Grill, Morton's, Ruth Chris. They'er probably good. I still like the mom and pop choices. Call me old fashioned!

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                HotMelly Jul 6, 2008 09:08 AM

                BooBoo, I agree with you regarding Raindancer..That would be my 1st choice. I have done the Morton's thing...I wasn't impressed. I have looked all over the state of Florida , in all the grocery stores, and I still cannot find the allusive $8.00 baked potato... Can you say "gouging"..or a $12.00 salad... and we complain about gas gougers.

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                  crosby_p Jul 8, 2008 03:26 AM

                  Ditto Raindancer...hands down...

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                  nikostoumbaios Jul 7, 2008 06:52 AM

                  best bone in ribeye at bourbon steak 18 oz .butter poached lighty seasoned with maldon sea salt and crushed black pepper

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