My husband and I are staying overnight in Chicago for our third wedding anniversary. We live in Northwest Indiana and usually do this each year, and we take turns choosing the big anniversary dinner. My husband is a huge fan of Prime Rib, but I notice that a lot of the popular steak houses do not serve it. The only place I knew of was Lawry's. I'd like to know if anyone has enjoyed their experience there? What is the ambiance like? I know that basically there is no menu if you're eating prime rib. You just choose your cut and everyone has the same thing (not crazy about that). If I had my choice, I would have chosen David Burke's. Thanks!
Lawry's The Prime Rib
100 East Ontario Street, Chicago, IL 60611