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By Joe Stumpe and Joe Stumpe,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | February 6, 2005
Sometimes only roast beef will do. You know the kind of roast we're talking about - seasoned crust, big beefy flavor and juicy center. Not a fancy steak you can cut with a butter knife, or a pot roast braised until it's falling apart, but an honest piece of meat with flavor and texture. The problem is how to achieve this ideal roast. All too often, roast beef turns out as tough, dry, stringy and flavorless as the proverbial shoe leather. In fact, I'm convinced that's why roast beef seems to turn up on a lot fewer tables these days.
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By Meekah Hopkins | December 30, 2013
By now, you're out of exciting ways to celebrate the new year. But you're forgetting one - a glitzy, glam little option just down the road, at Arundel Mills in Hanover: Maryland Live Casino. Get dressed up and pretend you're a member of the Rat Pack all night - and I do mean all night. The great thing about the place is that they're open 24 hours. nearly 200 table games, a Rams Head Live stage, and several nightlife spots that just won "Best Of" awards from Casino Player Magazine, you'll have no trouble getting into trouble.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
Longtime general manager David Derewicz is leaving his position at the Prime Rib . His departure was confirmed by the restaurant's owner, Buzz Beler, who described the parting as amicable. Two familiar figures at the Prime Rib, John Klaus and Brad Black, will now be co-managing the storied steak house, and Prime Rib regulars will be seeing more of Beler himself. "I'll be taking over," said Beler, who relegated himself to an ownership role during Derewicz's long and widely admired tenure.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2013
Mission BBQ, the patriotic barbecue restaurant, where the National Anthem is played every day at noon, is teaming up with Charm City Cakes for a Veterans Day salute to America's veterans and active military personnel.   Charm City Cakes is creating four WWII Memorial replication cakes - one for each Mission BBQ location. At each restaurant, a World War II veteran will make the ceremonial first slice of cake, each of which yields 300-400 slices.   Mission BBQ will also serve complimentary pork, turkey and brisket sandwiches to all veterans and active military all day, starting at noon.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2012
Starting this Sunday, Fleming's is offering a $29.95 prime rib dinner on Sunday nights through September 2. That's 11 Sundays! The Fleming's offer includes a choice of salad (The Wedge, Fleming's house salad, or Caesar), dessert and a choice of one side with the prime rib, which is served with a trio of sauces. The promotion also includes a specially priced wine -- B.R. Cohn North Coast Silver Label Cabernet Sauvignon (2008/09) for $40 a bottle.
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Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
Maryland Live Casino has opened its version of the Prime Rib, the iconic Baltimore steakhouse that has flourished almost from the second of its founding in 1965 by the Beler brothers. The new steakhouse is operated by the casino and is technically unaffiliated with the Prime Rib restaurants in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington. The casino operators describe the relationship as a licensing partnership with Buzz Beler. He has, by all accounts, played a significant role in pulling off the casino restaurant, whose chefs received training in the Prime Rib ways in the Washington restaurant's kitchen.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2012
The Prime Rib at Maryland Live Casino is on track to open, quietly, sometime in December, but there is a hiring of note. The steakhouse has brought on as its dining room manager Jean-Jacques Retourne, who was the general manager at Citronelle in Washington for more than 13 years. Citronelle, Michel Richard's celebrated restaurant in the Latham Hotel, closed in July after suffering extensive water damage, and the status of its reopening remains uncertain. The restaurant also announced the appointments of head chef Michael Meisel and sous chef Doff Edwards.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2012
Baltimore-based steakhouse The Prime Rib will join the line-up of restaurants at the Maryland Live Casino, Cordish Cos. officials announced Wednesday. The Prime Rib joins the previously announced Cheesecake Factory and Phillips Seafood , which will be part of a station-style buffet. Celebrity chef Bobby Flay, whose participation in Maryland Live was first announced in October 2010, will be represented by his Bobby's Burger Palace brand. The Prime Rib addition is a coup for Cordish, which had originally announced that Ruth's Chris would be the steak house brand at Maryland Live.
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By Meekah Hopkins | September 4, 2012
The return of crisp, cool autumn air beckons the past. It conjures feelings of nostalgia, a need for something warm, familiar and classic. The simple, smoky Manhattan represents this return to the season. The good Manhattan's fragrance connects to the world of Don Draper or, even further back, to Prohibition-era glamour. To me, the setting for enjoying a good Manhattan only contributes to the lore of the cocktail - and nowhere embodies the sophistication of the drink more than the Prime Rib in Mount Vernon.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2012
Joan Rivers played the Hippodrome on Friday night. Rivers apparently wanted a Maryland crab cake before the show. And, after some back-channel communications, it came to pass that the Prime Rib delivered a crab cake dinner, along with a floral arrangement and a bottle of red wine, to Joan Rivers' dressing room before the show.  I know for a fact that Joan Rivers is a nice person because my neighbor Cookie Hymer told me so. Cookie was a manager at...
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
Gosh it's hot. If you want an indoor food-related activity, you can start planning for Baltimore Restaurant Week, which is less than two weeks away. The fun begins on July 26.  See: Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week 2013 [Pictures] The Prime Rib reopens on Monday after a two-week closing for some long-planned renovations to its kitchen and some cosmetic changes to its "outside dining room. " You can read about the improvements here. It's Meet Your Bartenders Week at Wine Market Bistro.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
Don't anybody panic. No one's pulling up any leopard carpeting or taking down the Louis Icart prints. The Prime Rib is closing from July 1-14 for some renovations, but most of them are in the kitchen. The changes "out front" will be mostly cosmetic, according to the restaurant's co-manager Brad Black, using the industry phrase for a restaurant's public areas. The biggest change out front for the Mount Vernon-area restaurant will be to the ladies' room, which is getting a "long-overdue" makeover from Rita St. Clair Associates, and to the smaller dining room off to the side of the main dining room.
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By Donna Ellis | May 22, 2013
Many a name-brand casino in Vegas, Atlantic City and elsewhere feature high-end restaurants conceived by celebrity chefs. Locally, at Maryland Live! casino in Arundel Mills, the celebrity is the restaurant chain, The Prime Rib, which opened in January, joining its venerable Baltimore parent (since 1965) and siblings in Philadelphia and D.C. This is a gorgeous setting. In the main dining room, which can seat about 75, all is sleek and contemporary with a leopard-print carpet and whimsical chandeliers.
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April 9, 2013
2009 Ferrari-Carano Tresor From: Sonoma County, Calif. Price: $50 Serve with: Prime rib, rack of lamb Yes, it's expensive, but if you are looking for a special-occasion red wine that you can drink with pleasure now, this is a fine choice. It's a Bordeaux-style blend of exceptional elegance and style. It's complex and rounded, with flavors of black cherry, blackberry, vanilla and chocolate. It's structured to age well but there's really no need to wait. -- Michael Dresser
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
Baltimore Restaurant Week winds up on Sunday. But some restaurants are extending their special menu offers beyond the official end of the promotion. The extenders are posted on the Baltimore Restaurant Week website. Among those extending are: 17 Light, Alchemy, Alexander's, B a Bolton Hill Bistro, Caesar's Den, Da Mimmo, The Helmand, Kali's Court, Matsuri, Mezze, Michael's Steak and Lobster, Mo's Crab and Pasta Factory, Pazo, Plates, The Prime Rib, Regi's American Bistro, Sabatino's, Sascha's, Sullivan's, Supano's, Talara, Tapas Adela, Wine Market Bistro and Ze Mean Bean.
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Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
Maryland Live Casino has opened its version of the Prime Rib, the iconic Baltimore steakhouse that has flourished almost from the second of its founding in 1965 by the Beler brothers. The new steakhouse is operated by the casino and is technically unaffiliated with the Prime Rib restaurants in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington. The casino operators describe the relationship as a licensing partnership with Buzz Beler. He has, by all accounts, played a significant role in pulling off the casino restaurant, whose chefs received training in the Prime Rib ways in the Washington restaurant's kitchen.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | December 18, 2012
The Prime Rib at Maryland Live Casino opened, quietly, a few weeks ago, six months after the casino's grand opening and 10 months after the surprise announcement that Buzz Beler's storied Baltimore steakhouse was joining the casino's lineup. Operated, Beler has said, as a "joint venture" with the casino's developers, the Baltimore-based Cordish Cos., the new restaurant has been designed with respect for Prime Rib icons like leopard skin carpeting, black-leather booths and Icart prints.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
When Demetrios "Jimmy" Minadakis opened a restaurant in 1974, he had high hopes for the place's success - such high hopes that he chose the name Jimmy's Famous Seafood. Nearly 40 years later, the Dundalk restaurant has lived up to - and deserves - its "famous" billing. Now run by Minadakis' sons, John and Tony, Jimmy's timeless takes on classic cuisine and professional service feel just as relevant today as they did in the 1970s. On a Tuesday night during a busy holiday week, Jimmy's cavernous dining room was about half full, with a mix of couples and larger groups.
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