Nice Greg. I’m glad to hear they had a decent steak. I might have to try a steak or two. It has been probably a decade since I got a ny strip there.
Wow, that dinner is completely speaking my language. Who wants to guess the calorie count for that dinner?
Just remembered taking a photo to post here… Capitoline in AP has Prime Rib Night on Wednesdays (and other specials on other nights):
I’ll add that I’ve never eaten here; was at a holiday lunch at Loteria, which is part of ‘The Complex’ of places owned by the same people, and we cut through to go out to Cookman Ave.
Hope everyone who celebrates had a Merry Christmas. The standing rib roast we got from Monmouth Meats came out excellent. As always a great piece of meat from Stu.
I was with friends in Ocean Grove last night; he made a standing PORK roast from Drew’s Market in Spring Lake that was DELICIOUS…
Some twin prime ribs at sitting duck. It was not great like my last one, but for 20 bucks this was still well worth the price and comes with soup and salad. They give a nice size container of dressing too (in my case blue cheese.) Wednesday is prime rib night and I think sunday too.
Nice, I never thought of getting 2!
(I know they’re both yours because they only gave you one knife.)
Niceeeeee CJ !!! Isn’t the Pour House closer for you? Had a mushroom Swiss burger there Friday night, so frigging good!
Steak for 2 for 1. Nice
“a cup of au jus”
“Au jus” means “with juice” and you don’t have “a cup of with juice”.
The only thing more irksome to see on a menu is “with au jus sauce”.
Thanks for that.
It is probably a little closer but a little slower route there since I have to cut through red bank. I live on the far side of Middletown. Sitting duck has a larger bar so that is what brings me there.
I got another prime rib at the duck this Wednesday. The end cut was good and this time it wasn’t the unicorn of a piece I had a few weeks ago. However, this medium temp end cut got the job done and I enjoyed it. This is probably my new wednesday night spot.
For you steak fans, just an fyi… mar belo tomahawks are 95 and I believe he said 60 ounces. I asked him “sixty” and he said yes so these could be monsters. This was friday night and I unfortunately didn’t make it there.
I am a fan of end cuts, and that looks like one where there would be no leftovers.
just posted on the Nana’s kitchen thread- we’ve been needing to take a break from eating out for a bit, but man this looks good:
So I finally got to the Shrewsbury shoprite. That place is top notch…huge.
Tomahawks are are 10.99 a pound there now and wagyu 79.99 a pound
Wish you got in on the $ 9.99 prime t-bone/porterhouse sale they had a couple weeks ago. You really can’t beat their prices on prime cuts, very competitive.
Yeah that is a great price. The tomahawks looked good but were not prime. The Berkshire chops didn’t look especially marbled (the one loin in the displayed case)
The ones in west long branch looked a lot better and it was the only time I’ve seen them there. Hopefully shoprite will have Berkshire at all their locations regularly. I hope it doesn’t become a fad where everything is labeled with the name. The kobe trend is just ridiculous. I got a kobe slim jim the other day.
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