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carnivore sized prime rib

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jjim Sep 30, 2009 10:19 AM

Looking for really large perfect meat. should I try keens, old homestead or another manhatten place?

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    SomeRandomIdiot Sep 30, 2009 10:26 AM

    ill toss a vote in for keens. just make sure you specify the king's cut.

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      fourunder Sep 30, 2009 10:37 AM

      I'll concur, but also add votes for The Old Homestead and Smith & Wollensky's too. If you are ever in North Jersey, El Cid in Paramus does a double bone cut that's been discussed here on Chowhound previously.

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      rosenn Oct 12, 2009 07:28 AM

      If you are able to head eastward, in Roslyn on Long Island is a place called Bryant and Cooper. Their prime rib is enormous, and universally the best I've ever had. When you reserve a table, its a smart move to reserve as many cuts of Prime Rib as you intend to order, because they will run out (unless you're going ridiculously early). B&C is overall the best Steakhouse I've ever been to (best selection of cuts, best fish for appetizers or non-steakers, best crab cake, service, etc.), although I still think it's #2 when I'm in the mood for porterhouse.

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