Primarily Prime Rib South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa Tim Sullivan

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Primarily Prime Rib

9777 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (W. Silverado Ranch) Send to Phone
South Point restaurant caters to hearty appetites and lives up to its name, featuring five prime rib cuts.


Dinner Wed.-Sun.

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Primarily Prime Rib, Las Vegas, NV

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Primarily Prime Rib Restaurant Review

: Set away from the casino on the floor above, the space has a warm ambience with rich mahogany wall panels and the room is surrounded by semi-private booths. A good start is the stuffed artichoke hearts, lightly breaded and filled with Boursin herbed cheese. Entrées are a good value; each comes with a choice of salad or soup and baked or mashed potatoes or julienne of vegetables. Salads, tossed tableside, can be ordered as a meal, and are not the usual side salad, with the spinach salad containing dried cherries, candied pecans, peaches and apple cider vinaigrette. The name is a fitting description of this steakhouse, as five cuts of prime rib are served, including one grilled with Creole spices, a thick 16-oz. slice and a massive 26-oz. cut presented bone-in. There are other options, too, such as pan-fried chicken Francaise with lemon butter sauce and chipotle glazed Pacific salmon with lime cream sauce. A reasonably priced wine selection of more than 50 bottles is available and a rotating monthly special offers bottles for $20. Be sure to save room for the white chocolate and raspberry tartufo: Italian ice cream with raspberry sauce and seasonal berries.

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