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The top 8 prime rib in Toronto

Prime rib offerings in Toronto are a meaty bunch. Some of the finest slabs of this cut of beef can be found at Toronto's best steakhouses and upscale dining eateries. While some eateries offer this special only on Sundays these spots offer it seven days a week.

Here are my picks for the top prime rib in Toronto.

Smith Bros. Steakhouse Tavern
Head to this Scarborough steakhouse for a Prime Rib Platter ($32). The 12oz slab of meat is hand-carved and served along side au jus, yorkshire pudding and garlic mashed potatoes.

Harbour Sixty Steakhouse
This Harbourfront steakhouse dishes out a Roasted Prime Rib ($65) served along side au jus. Complete the meal with a side of baby spinach, onion rings or a decadent lobster mashed potato.

Octagon
This Thornhill restaurant has been serving well executed cuts of meat for decades. Their Roast Prime Rib of Beef Au Jus ($54.95 - $65.95) is a USDA prime rib prepared to your liking and paired with their own au jus.

Barberian's Steakhouse
Found by Yonge & Dundas is one of Toronto's most famous steakhouses. Their Roast Prime Rib of Beef ($49.50) comes with garlic bread, picked and your choice of fries, baked potato or rice.

Copacabana
This Brazilian steakhouse serves up AYCE meat for $48 Sunday to Thursday and $55 Friday and Saturday. Among the copious amounts of meat offerings you'll discover their prime rib stuffed with cheddar cheese.

The Steak Pit
Since 1948 this North York eatery has been plating quality cuts of meat. Their Prime Rib of Beef comes in your choice of a 16oz Steak Pit Cut ($34) or a 12oz English Cut ($30).

Quinn's Steakhouse & Irish Bar
The menu at this Financial District pub boasts a Quinn's Prime Rib that is available in an 8oz ($28), 12oz ($34), 16oz ($40) and a whopping 20oz ($46) portion. All meals are accompanied by roasted garlic mashed potatoes, vegetables, beef au jus and Quinn's horseradish.

Cote de Boeuf
They started out as just a butcher shop but now this Ossington storefront is serving up meaty meals. Among the shops dinner options is a dry aged prime rib from Scotch Mountain Farms ($95) which can easily feed 2 to 3 people. The prime rib is served along side seasonal vegetables and pommes sautĂŠ.

What did I miss? Add your favourite prime rib in the comments.

Photo of Smith Bros. Steakhouse Tavern by @ciaodar.


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