The Prime Rib at Maryland Live: Lives up to the Hype!

I went to the Prime Rib by Maryland Live for an exclusive cocktail

Eating at The Prime Rib was foodie paradise. I was able to indulge in culinary delights, a hip atmosphere inimitable to rival steak houses, and delightful service from the staff. As a blogger with a discernible palate, I was highly enthused with my experience at the legendary Zagat-rated steakhouse.

yummy food

I’ve eaten at innumerable steakhouses over the years but The Prime Rib tops them all.  I hope in the near future I can sample their prime steaks, freshly caught seafood and free-range organic chicken.

the prime rib

Naturally, I was ensconced by The Prime Rib’s classically designed motif. I was enamored by the leopard carpeting, piano playing, and the convivial mingling.  For wine experts out there, this restaurant has a gamut of 800 bottles of premier wine to choose from. Given that this restaurant has a posh yet cozy vibe, it’s required that restaurant patrons don business professional  attire.

I guess I didn’t follow those roles. My attire was  from T.J Maxx, and I wanted to be a fashionista for that day.

Random fact but did you also know that The Prime Rib was founded in 1965? The Prime Rib has earned numerous awards including Best of Baltimore by Baltimore Magazine, and is currently heralded as the #1 steakhouse in the Baltimore, DC and Philadelphia area.

I did sample an array of goodies. Here’s a short review:

  • Oysters Chesapeak: It was filling, and had an indelible savory taste that matched it’s ripe yet soft aroma. It was aesthetically pleasing, and addictive. I think I ate 5 of them. Oops!
  • Sesame Seared Tuna: If you like sushi then I recommend this appetizer. It had a pinkish yet hearty middle that satiated me. I was impressed with the sesame ridges and with the overall taste.
  • Prime Rib: As I said before, if you like medium rare to rare meats this is right for you. The salty texture  was earthy yet crystal-like in my mouth. I really liked what the chef did with this piece.
  • Jumbo Lump Crab Cocktail: Perfect crab cakes. How did they do it? Seriously! It was the right amount of flakiness, had a nice salty finish and it didn’t have a crabby aftertaste.
  • House-Cure Salmon: I liked the smoked salmon rose-shapes on the breaded circle pieces and the cream cheese filling. It tasted fresh, smoky and aromatic.
  • Lacquered Bacon & Eggs: What a unique surprise? There was caviar atop this breakfast concoction. Imagine creamy egg yellows, sitting comfortably on a sliver of bacon. I had some trepidation over this appetizer but was won over by the first bite.

Since Valentines Day is coming up, I highly recommend this restaurant for your special someone. Not only does this establishment have an unprecedented amount of high quality wine, but the opulent room, exemplary steak and affable service steers this restaurant to the top of my list. Two Thumbs up!

If you want to learn more about The Prime Rib at Maryland Live Casino, click on this link here!

About The Prime Rib

This critically-acclaimed restaurant has been honored with multiple awards such as “Best of Baltimore” by Baltimore Magazine; a Zagat rating as the #1 steakhouse in Baltimore!
 Click here for our dinner menu with award winning steak and seafood options. Click here to view our expansive wine list.Please call 443-445-2970 after 4:30pm or click here to make a reservation.

Dining room is available Sunday-Thursday: 5:30pm – 10:30pm; Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm – 11pm.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Hmmm…I might have to go there the next time Restaurant Week comes around 🙂 And I like your outfit! I’m sure it’s considered business attire somewhere. Great post!

    1. Miss Quirky says:

      Yay!! I really like your blog, fyi! Great posts!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s