Is it just my imagination--or did I just read somewhere that the lovely Baltimore/Washington, D.C. Prime Rib restaurant(s) is going to open a third location in the Maryland "Live Casino" (---I thought the term "casino" indicated "live" gaming tables-i.e. Blackjack, etc.--not just slot machines).
I've always catered to the elegance and consistency of the Prime Rib Restaurant--including the dress code and music and no trendy food offerings. Standards of prime rib and steaks--huge fresh salads--those famous Greenberg potato skins and onion rings and my favorite--Imperial
I am curious to see the translation of a Baltimore (and D.C.) institution and how it fits into a less formal atmosphere. Perhaps it will be a modified version of the two original dining establishments.
Most of the clientele at the "casino" when I made a cursory visit before dining at George Martin's Spitfire Grill, were very casually attired and didn't seem to be the usual Prime
Rib oriented diner.
I am just curious as to the potential Prime Rib "Outlet" and how it will measure up to the good original standards. FoiGras
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