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Good Prime Rib in Queens or Brooklyn?

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Anicca Oct 25, 2011 11:59 AM

I get a craving for a good hunk of roasted prime rib every now and again and am looking for some suggestions in queens, or even brooklyn, I guess.

It used to be that practically every Irish pub had a weekly prime rib special, but these are becoming few and far between these days.

Anyone have any suggestions for places that serve prime rib either every day or weekly as a special? Do you know which night it is?

I really don't want to go to a major steakhouse and pay a fortune for it, I am thinking say for $30 or less?

Thanks.

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  1. johnk RE: Anicca Oct 26, 2011 04:03 PM

    Edison Place in Glendale ( haven't been there yet but have heard the food/ambiance is very nice!) serves Prime Rib dinner on Sundays as their "Blackboard Special".
    Has anyone dined there recently??
    Regards,
    johnk

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    Edison Place
    71-28 Cooper Ave, Queens, NY 11385

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      EM23 RE: johnk Nov 19, 2011 02:47 PM

      Yes, a couple of months back. My dinner was very good - bacon wrapped filet mignon with rosti and green beans. There were 10 of us at the table and everyone enjoyed their meal. And service was great as well.

    2. donkeyhodey RE: Anicca Oct 27, 2011 01:17 PM

      Waterfront Crab House in LIC has prime rib on their daily menu. Friends I know have ordered it and liked it, I ordered seafood and did not.

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      Waterfront Crab House
      203 Borden Ave, Queens, NY 11101

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        Tabetaina RE: donkeyhodey Oct 29, 2011 02:23 PM

        I agree about Waterfront Crab House. I can't remember the price, but remember that their steaks were a great deal. If you order the prime rib, ask for extra jus.

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          starferry RE: Tabetaina Jun 15, 2012 08:54 PM

          I went to the Waterfront Crab House after reading the review, it was worth the trip to the tip of LIC! The double cut prime rib was cooked just right, excellent for the price of $23.95, with salad. The crab cake was also very good and you cannot beat the price for a cup of home made clam chowder for just $2. The restaurant is old and funky, the seating is not comfortable, but I don't mind.

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        fourunder RE: Anicca Oct 29, 2011 03:31 PM

        If you are not opposed to going to a chain restaurant.....Outback has slow roasted boneless Prime Rib available every evening.

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          FAL RE: fourunder Nov 19, 2011 02:11 PM

          Zum Stammtich has a huge Prime Rib also

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            squid kun RE: FAL Nov 20, 2011 01:12 AM

            Stammtisch

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