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The House of Prime Rib

1906 Van Ness Ave. (between Washington and Jackson Sts)
(415) 885-4605

Cuisine: Beef

Pluses: Bargain-priced prime rib

Minuses: Very crowded, too much salt in the salad

Prices: Prime rib dinner includes salad, potato, creamed spinach; City cut $20.85, House or English cut $22.65, King Henry VIII cut $24.95, and kid's cut $8.45

Overview: Daily dinner

This eatery is a San Francisco institution, which for a bargain price delivers a hand-cut portion of prime rib with all the fixin's to the masses. Asian families, out-of-towners, lots of men and on occasion the 49ers football team dig into the fat juicy beef here, whether in the form of a prime rib or juicy steak. The warren of richly appointed clubby rooms, most with fireplaces, belies the reasonable prices. Included with each entree are side dishes and salad (watch it being tossed tableside). If that doesn't fill you up, seconds are even offered. Service can be robotic.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the businesses in question before making your plans.

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