Designed by brothers Buzz and Nick BeLer
to evoke the elegant supper clubs of 1940's Manhattan, The Prime
Rib Restaurant opened in Baltimore, Md. in 1965.
The Prime Rib quickly became a favorite destination. Our
menu of prime meats, fresh seafood and thick chops was
as appealing to diners in the 1960's as it is today.
Everything about The Prime Rib, from our tuxedoed waitstaff,
top quality food, and
live piano and bass music nightly was intended to make
every occasion feel like a special one.
"Dazzling this town with tender, aged steaks
and pampering service since 1965" says
The Baltimore Sun.
In 1976 our second location in Washington D.C. soon established
itself as the top power spot in the Nation's Capital.
"Hundreds of heavy-hitters and hearty eaters
say this tried-and-true, clubby K Street mainstay has the
'best beef' and the 'freshest seafood' in town"
sums up DC's Zagat Survey.
Our third location opened in Philadelphia's historic Warwick
Hotel in 1997. Just a block from fashionable Rittenhouse
Square, it also garnered top honors including "Best
from Philadelphia Magazine. The Philadelphia Inquirer invites
its readers to "step back into the era
of the supper club, where leopard-print carpeting, live
jazz, stiff cocktails and comfy leather chairs offer the
ideal retro setting."