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About Lawry's The Prime Rib - Dallas
You'll know the moment you arrive that Lawry's The Prime Rib is an extraordinary restaurant. The signature Roasted Prime Ribs of Beef are aged 21 days, rock salt-roasted to perfection then carved to order tableside from shining silver carts. The famous Spinning Bowl Salad, whipped cream horseradish, mashed potatoes, Yorkshire Pudding and warm hospitality complete the experience that has landed Lawry's on countless "10 Best" lists and made it a dining legend since 1938.
Dallas, TX 75254
Prime Rib, American, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am-2:30pm
Live Music: Thursdays 7-9pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Full Prime Rib dinners to-go
Complimentary Valet Parking
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Lawry's The Prime Rib hosts wine and specialty dinners each month.
Summer Dinner Special for $35.00 from June 1st through June 30th, 2010.
For more details go to http://bit.ly/cvf04e
Lawry's The Prime Rib is available for nearly any private function from casual luncheons to business dinners to elegant weddings. Delicious food, exceptional hospitality and beautiful surroundings are available during the day for your group of 15 to 150.
Lawry's The Prime Rib - Dallas Ratings and Reviews
The mashed potatoes that came with your steak tasted like instant mashed potatoes. The steak was OK but for the money you pay you would think this side dishes would taste more gourmet and the bread would be more gourmet for the cost. The bread and potatoes tasted like they were from a cafeteria at school
When we decide to go out for a nice dinner, it starts with great drinks at the bar, a wonderful dinner with a great bottle of wine. Lawry's was lacking in these areas important to us. I ordered a Rye Manhattan straight up. The bartender shook the drink rather than stirring, used a low end vermouth and put a generic maraschino cherry in the drink rather than a luxardo. Any high end restaurant should have a well stocked bar and be knowledgeable in how to make drinks. The wine selection was very limited, nearly all overpriced California Cabs. If would have been nice to have had some selections of French Rhone's & Burgundy's. The Lawry's prime cut was not cut evenly nevertheless it was commensurate with the price. The overall service was average at best. Next time we want a nice evening out it will not be at Lawry's.
The Prime rib is to die for! The service fantastic. The wine menu has something for everyone. They serve the meal from a rolling steam cart so you can get exactly the cut and how you like it cooked-and I mean exactly. This is a Restaurant where everyone working delights in you being there-and I mean everyone--even the valet who actually ran to my car. It's a gem-don't miss out.
The food was excellent. The service was lackluster. I've been to Lawrys Beverly Hills and Lawrys Las Vegas. This Lawrys needs a service boost. Examples include forgetting proper utensils for dining, not removing crumbs from the table, bread but no bread plates, etc. Agsin, the food was great. Pecan pie is killer!!!
I have visited Lawrys many times over the years. The last two times have been very disappointing. I have ordered the Lawrys cut and each time the meat is not very warm, the cart does not keep the meat warm enough. The carver also likes to cut you a thinner piece of meat when they give you the bone as compared to a non bone piece. They have done this to me twice.
Still our favorite of favorites. We and our best traveling companions (4 in all) drove from Tyler just to have a special meal at Lawry's. We were not disappointed.
First, their bar is excellent. I love to start a special meal with a drink in the bar. Their cocktails are beautifully crafted to showcase the liquor not the mixer. Not overly sweet, they are made the way cocktails were meant to be. The complimentary homemade potato chips are outstanding.
Then, to the dining room with those wonderful booths reminiscent of fine dining in days gone by. Quiet and elegant with friendly yet professional servers. We enjoyed the $99 special: Started with spinning salad bowl, then prime rib with creamy mashed potatoes and gravy, Yorkshire pudding to soak up the amazing au jus , and one side (creamed spinach or creamed corn), wrapping up with amazing pecan pie or cheesecake.
An amazing meal and well worth the drive. Plus, using the Lawry's card, we earned enough points to return soon. The card also awards extra points for birthday month.
Our food was good with the exception of one us with a large filet. It was ordered med well but came raw in the center. When I got it back it was over cooked and dry and very hard on tge outside. Manager did give us free dessert which was excellent but a $50 inedible steak was bad. My dog did enjoy it though. Then to top it off we made sure to meet dresscode but I guess you can wear anything. Two young men came in and were seated a couple of tables from us and one was wearing a "wife beater" skin tight tank top with baggy gym shirts hanging to the floor the other baggy shirts with a tshirt that had the word "narcotics" in large print across the front. People dress better at mcdonalds! Very let down and it only cost my wife and I $160 for bad food and bad dressed people!
We were a little disappointed as we'd only eaten at the Lawry's in Las Vegas prior to this and Vegas was much better. The service was fine though we were told we'd get a special dessert as we were celebrating our anniversary. It didn't get delivered. Also, the meal was warm, not hot, my cut was grisly and somewhat tough. Finally we were offered sides of cream corn and spinach but not made aware of up charges for each. Probably won't return.
We've eaten at Lawry's several times and although the quality has varied over the years it is still one of the best restaurants for prime rib. The prime rib itself was slightly less "prime" than we remembered, maybe they're using a different supplier. And, I was really disappointed in the stingy little piece of yorkshire pudding we were served as well as very little gravy. However, the high point of the evening had to be Lawry's staff. The hostess provided some cushioning for what one of our party found to be uncomfortable chairs, and our waiter, Ryan, was as professional and courteous and obliging as any server we've probably ever had anywhere. On our return to Lawry's we would always hope to be seated at Ryan's station.
The only complaint I have is I ask for my filet to be cooked Medium well and it came out well done very DRY. I didn't send it back because it messes up the whole meal and evening when you do that. just need to follow instructions better when preparing guests food.
Great place, but we could hear the complete discussion from the table next too us, very disappointed with that..
My steak came out too bloody sent it back but came back bout same.. by this time waitress had volunteered to get a new dish but was full and rest of table was almost done, service from kitchen was little bit slow dinner took over 2hts to compete, and the my dessert order couldnt be filled tbey ran out..😭
But waitress did a great job.
Lawry's is the benchmark for the best prime rib anywhere period! They also deliver well prepared seafood along with some other entrees that are also delicious.
Lawry's is wonderful for a special occasion or if the occasion is just to have dinner and make it a sense of occasion. The serving staff is outstanding as well as the cuisine.
We gathered for a friends get together and were introduced to Lawry's seasonal meal for two promotion. The value, quality, and presentation was excellent. Although we scheduled our dinner during Lawry's renovations to their main dining area, they had managed to move their tables into the banquet room and bar dining area and while not as fashionable as their dining area will be upon completion of the renovations, the service and was excellent.
Lawry's champagne brunch is a special time for Sunday brunch with family and/or friends. Their menu is not only their famous prime rib entrees but many others to choose from. They have 3 starters to choose from and you will be served their delicious sourdough bread along with most flavorful blueberry muffins first along with 3 speciality butters. Go and ENJOY!
Sad experience. Started with a shabby dressed valet, the springs in our booth were sagging, daughter ordered white wine, got red. The waitress should be working at a sports bar, the people around us were dressed in Hawaiian shirt and beach wear. The prime rib cart could not come close to our table, we were told to turn around and look down the aisle at it. My tea was never refilled, had to flag down the bus boy. I was very disappointed in the $300 experience.
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