Prime rib can be enjoyed in many different ways: medium rare, well-done, in sandwiches or with a little horseradish or aus jus. However you like your prime rib, Sacramento chefs have the talent to make your mouth water and keep you coming back for more. The following eclectic blend of eateries are known for a variety of different things. This article brings these five businesses together with prime rib being the common denominator.
Sam’s Hof Brau
2500 Watt Ave.
Sacramento CA 95821
(916) 482 – 2175
www.thehofbrau.com

Sam’s has been around for a long time in Sacramento. This Hof Brau has amazing sandwiches and heaping portions of a variety of meats. Sam’s prime rib is the most traditional on this list as it’s a big piece of meat on a plate that we eat for the flavor of the meat itself. Prime rib is served at Sam’s Hof Brau every day so if you need your fix just stop in and have them fill up a tremendous plate for you.

Jamie’s Broadway Grille
427 Broadway
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 442-4044
jamiesbroadwaygrille.com

On a dark street in an almost abandoned looking building is a GREAT little spot- Jamie’s Broadway Grill. If you like beautiful red juicy prime rib the way it’s meant to be, this is the place for you (if for your own reasons you like well done, they will cut an end piece for you). Jamie’s was featured on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri. They also have award-winning clam chowder, garlic bread and some sinfully delicious fried food. It is very popular, so be prepared for a bit of a wait. Friday night is BBQ night, which is one of their most popular nights. Call ahead for reservations. Jamie’s is closed Saturday and Sunday.

Evan’s Kitchen & Catering
855 57th St
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 452-3896
www.chefevan.com

Evan’s is the resident one stop shop in this article. Diners can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at Evan’s. Patrons can also take advantage of their banquet space or just have their event catered by the team at Evan’s Kitchen and Catering. While Evan’s is closed on Mondays, you can get your prime rib needs met and exceeded the other six days of the week. A great option for guests here is that they can purchase their prime rib in 8 ounce, 12 ounce or 1 pound (Big Daddy) cuts.

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Brookside Restaurant & Bar
9819 Horn Road
Sacramento, CA 95827
(916) 361-1797
www.brooksidedining.com

Brookside is like a little escape. They have a great bar area, nice dining room and AWESOME outdoor area. The landscaping makes you feel like you are away from the city, with huge trees and endless green grass. The Prime Rib at Brookside is top notch; served with veggies and thick rich mashed potatoes, it will definitely fill you up. Prime Rib night is Friday. Get there early for happy hour at 4-6pm, and then you can stay for dinner and live music on select Fridays. Brookside is always a good time. Whether you go to watch a game at the bar or game nights or karaoke, you’ll have a blast!

Stoney Inn
1320 Del Paso Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 927-6023
www.stoneyinn.com

The Stoney Inn (AKA Stoney’s Rockin Rodeo) is where you wanna be if you’re feeling the country vibe. Stoney’s consists of four walls with a party inside. You can get great food and drinks while enjoying awesome shows performed by local bands. Check out Stoney’s slow roasted prime rib dinner, Fridays and Saturdays for $19.99. There is nothing like country style slow roasted prime rib. Visit their site for information on upcoming shows and events, as well as updates on daily specials.

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As a hospitality professional Andy Soto has worked every facet of the industry. He currently leads the team at Spectrum Restaurant Consulting. He started writing a hospitality blog in 2009 and restaurant writing for Sacramento Press in 2010. In 2011 Andy became a Sacramento Restaurant Examiner for Examiner.com. His work can be found on Examiner.com.