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Wollensky- Prime rib or Colorado Ribeye?


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Wollensky- Prime rib or Colorado Ribeye?

steakrules85 | Sep 25, 2008 05:10 PM

I am contemplating what to order when I got to Smith and Wollensky. I know they are known for both their massive prime rib and Colorado Ribeye. I have recently had the amazing prime rib at both the Old Homestead and Keens. So, I am kinda leaning towards just getting the regular Colorado Ribeye since I am craving a traditional charred steak. However, I really do love a beautiful bloody rare slab of prime rib. For those of you that have had both which do you recommend? Are they both the same size? I thought I remember someone saying the prime rib is really massive- a bit bigger than the Colorado ribeye.

The t-bone also looks interesting, but I haven't heard rave reviews about it. Seems like most people talk about the prime rib or ribeye.

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