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10 Toronto steakhouses to indulge in National Prime Rib Day

Thursday , April 2nd , 2015

Get primed and ready for every rib roast lovers favourite day of the year – National Prime Rib Day on April 27th! 

Any way you slice it, nothing beats a well-marbled and slow-roasted prime rib roast. The choice cut makes for a tender and tasty main event of any meal, especially when served with superb sauces and hearty seasonal sides.

Rich sauces, like a red-wine gravy or au jus, enhance the flavour of prime rib, and rustic sides such as crispy oven-roasted root vegetables round out a meal. And, if you’re dining out this National Prime Rib Day, you’ll want to choose a restaurant with a wine cellar to match the prime cut of meat. 

The below restaurant listing is a guide to some of the city’s best steakhouses, and will have you salivating for a juicy steak cooked just the way you like it: 


With steakhouses across North America, and a Toronto location in the Hilton Hotel, you can trust Ruth’s Chris to deliver on National Prime Rib Day –…


Thanks to its central Toronto location, Harbour Sixty is a destination for pre-game steak lovers, business dinners, and intimate occasions.


This restaurant/tavern couples craft beer with great steaks at a price point that satisfies your appetite, while stretching your dollar. Try the prime…


One of the city’s most distinguished steakhouses for splashing out, Jacobs features top cuts of meat for celebratory crowds to indulge in, and is also…


This Simcoe Street restaurant fuses traditional steakhouse fare with contemporary cuisine, fresh seafood and authentic Italian dishes.


An Elm Street mainstay since 1959, this steakhouse owes its longevity to exceptional food, fine wine and first-rate service.


Located on Adelaide Street West, and with multiple locations across Canada, Hy’s has been a premier steakhouse since 1955, offering Canadian prime cuts…


Morton’s is a global steakhouse empire serving up prime USDA beef, and offering guests a classic dining experience in Yorkville’s chic Park Hyatt…


Reputed for well-trimmed, well-aged and perfectly cooked steaks, The Keg’s slow-roasted prime rib is rubbed with a unique blend of spices, and served…


This Richmond Street French-inspired steakhouse serves prime Canadian beef, aged a minimum of four weeks, and is known for its charming ambience and year-round…

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