Prime Time: 9 Restaurants for Prime Rib Dinners to Remember
Prime rib is a beloved throwback dish making a colossal comeback. The big, beefy cut is traditionally roasted slow and low and served with au jus and horseradish sauce. Here are 9 restaurants for prime rib that you won’t soon forget.
Wildfire, McLean, Virginia
Rubbed with fresh garlic, sea salt, and cracked black pepper, the prime rib is slow roasted for six hours. Your choice of a 10-ounce, 16-ounce, or 22-ounce slab comes with horseradish sauce. Sides include mashed potatoes, wild rice, and creamed spinach. Make a reservation at Wildfire.