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Best Classic Temple to Meat 

House of Prime Rib

Start with a strong house martini. Next, watch medium-rare prime rib (perfection) get carved tableside. Your biggest decision at House of Prime Rib is which of the four cuts of meat you feel like tackling: The smallest is the City Cut, at 8 to 10 ounces; the 11- to 13-ounce House of Prime Rib Cut and English cuts vary only in the way they're sliced; and "king-size appetites" can go for the massive 14- to 16-ounce King Henry VIII cut. The meat is the main draw, of course, but the included sides are a part of the show: steaming Yorkshire pudding, and slaw-romaine-beet salad with tomatoey dressing.

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