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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
This is the first time we have been disappointed with our visit in over 25 years of dining at Lawry's.
Our prime rib was cut by a carver I have never seen before and our Lawry's cut was about 1/2 thick. Then it gets even thinner at the end of the cut because of the bone.
After telling our waiter that our favorite part of the whole meal is the Yorkshire pudding, he arrives at our table as we start enjoying the prime rib to tell us it will be 10 minutes for the next batch to come out of the oven. We would have waited for the meat if we had known that. By the time it arrived, we had only a few bites of meat left. Not the typical meal we enjoy so much.
We are VIP Rewards members and visit Lawry's almost monthly.
Also, PLEASE bring back the peas!!!
Everything was delicious! I have not had prime rib that tasted as good as the one I had from Lawry's in a long time. The service was great, the atmosphere was also great. If I had to find something to "complain" about, I'd have to say that I thought the food was a bit pricey so it's not the kind of restaurant that I'd go to often but it's great for a special occasion.
The service was OUTSTANDING. While the food was not HOT, it was somewhat tasty. I was disappointed with my side dishes. I paid $14 for a spoon of corn and spinach - REALLY? I enjoyed the spinach. It just was not enough for the price. I thought it would have least been served on a small platter where I could have shared it... I have been here for lunch. I think I like this place for a lunch gathering better - the buffet.
Hostess was trying to put us I'm bar area after as a VIP member I had asked for main dining room and a table not a booth. I had to stop her and she did put us in main room. We had a grandchild with us and the food is excellent. Hollie was a great server and we were very happy after being seated. Steve the manager came by table tocheck on us and that was appreciated.
Last Friday March 17th at my daughter's birthday request we reserved dinner for the Fish and Chips. We were celebrating with her aunt and uncle. We are all regular customers with Lawry's and have celebrated numerous holidays, special family days and when we wanted prime rib. You can look back on our visit and find our memberships have been established for years.
The Friday special we were looking forward to trying because we love fish and chips. I have to say it was one of the most horrible meals we have experienced anywhere in a long time. Very little fish, too much batter and very chewy. The portions where not acceptable. If your going to skimp Lawry's is not the establishment to do so. You will not bring in new clients with that type of food quality. If your doing it for established clients via email advertisement then you have let down very loyal customers.
I can speak on behalf of my family (Wood) and our extended family (Baranowski) we were extremely disappointed.
This is no reflection on the waiter. His service was good. I did have to request malt vinegar and the bottle was maybe 1/4 full.
I request a patio table upon making reservations and was lead to the lunch dining area. Even after asking about the patio upon arrival.
At this point in time I question if we will return again let alone recommend Lawry's.
Good food. Service was slow. Hostess does not know how to treat OpenTable customers. For a business meeting they sat us at a very uncomfortable table asked to be switched. Got placed at a round table but placed by noisy kitchen area. Love The Lawrys in Beverly Hills the one in Dallas needs work.
One disappointment we encountered was that we had a 7:30 reservation and arrived at 7;00. Early, so we told the girl at that was seating people we would wait in the bar. So, waiting until almost 7:45 I went back to her and said has our reservation been forgotten about ? She said oh I'm sorry I was running an errand. I was watching her and she was busy seating other customer!!! Very disappointing! She had blonde hair. Food was good and perfect touch was the waiter brought us a complementary dessert as we were there for our 34th anniversary.
I went to Lawry's for my birthday. I did not volunteer this information but no one asked what brought us in.
We ordered rare and it was perfectly prepared. We also ordered asparagus and it was cold and the hollandaise sauce was broken.
The service was efficient . The atmosphere was typical steak house decor, dark paneling , no natural light.
Overall, a decent dining experience.
I use to frequent this establishment when it was located near downtown Dallas several years ago. It was EXQUISITE! Now that it has moved off the Toll Road, it comes no where NEAR the way it was. The prime rib was 'served' to you before versus you having to 'stand' in line like a cafeteria. The cream spinach was absolutely horrible. I thought it was just me, but my other three guests said it was bad as well. The salt and pepper caddy was filthy and past tarnished. At one time NO jeans were allowed and gentlemen had to were jackets. If they arrived without a jacket or not familiar with the dress code, one was provided by the restaurant. There were jeans every where on this visit. Small children were also present and one in a high chair. This restaurant has totally lost my respect and rating as the finest place to dine for prime rib. Those were the good old days...
First, I will say I have been enjoying Lawry's in Beverly Hills for over 30 years as a special event location for my family. Other than the name and the silver carving carts for the prime rib I see no resemblance. I think they should actually rename this location Larry's.
First, the prime rib was under seasoned and bland and, typically was handcarved to get rid of the fat and this was not done by the Carver. Second the pricing is unbelievably high for the quality of the food and quantity served. A side order (which literally was about a third of a cup) of cream spinach was $7 The mashed potatoes were not nearly as silky and smooth and creamy as the original and were more room temperature than hot. We did not get our Yorkshire pudding until halfway through our meal.
Another thing that was frustrating is how they handled the situation when a full glass of champagne that spelled (granted it was my fault for reaching across the table) and they asked if I would like another which I excepted; I did not expect that I would be charged for the second class. Certainly it was not their fault it's spilled but traditionally I have found that fine dining establishments and good servers will replace it. This is hardly a big deal in the overall evening but since everything else was just so mediocre this just added to the disappointing evening.
Overall for three people with one appetizer, two salads, prime rib with one glass of wine and two champagnes was close to $300. I Will not be back anytime soon. Also we've mentioned it before that they really need the tasty meat balls that are served in the BH lounge! I don't mind if the quality is outstanding; However this was not the case. Disappointing for sure.
exceptional quality and value. Prime rib cooked to perfection....wine was superior...deserts to die for....service was supernatural..The wait staff (Travis Thompson was our server) catered to our every dining want and need...bus staff friendly and very efficient...Karen (the Manager) stopped by our table and always makes us feel like a part of the Lawry's family....The Hostesses greet you at the door and make you feel so welcome...It's a dining experience we treasure. Keeps us coming back each month since 1987 !!!
We went on Friday to sample the Fish and Chips special. The wait for the fried fish was longer than we would have expected for this dish. The fish was prepared well, but was a bit greasy as well as the fries(chips). The fish portion was average, the chips portion was small. Not sure if I would try this dish again but will be coming back to try the burger special on Wednesdays.
Comparing to the Beverly Hills and Las Vegas location, this one was by far the worst. Even Lawry's Carvery locations in California have better food.
Medium Rare looked more medium and the meat isn't as tender as the prime rib you would get at other Lawry's locations. It was "good" for something you would get from a casino buffet but when comparing to other Lawry's, it was like comparing beef that cuts like butter to trying to eat beef jerky.
In addition the spinning salad bowl isn't included, however, the price of the dinner is cheaper so in the end it comes out to the same when comparing prices to other Lawry's.
Also they forgot the croutons for the salad and had to ask for them.
Also the Yorkshire Pudding wasn't light and fluffy like the ones you would get at the Beverly Hills / Las Vegas locations. It's more doughy.
If you never been to another Lawry's location, you'll probably enjoy your meal. However, if you are expecting the higher quality meal that is comparable to Lawry's Beverly Hills and Las Vegas locations... you'll be greatly disappointed.
This was my first time coming here to eat, and after the wonderful experience I had, I'll defintely be back! The food was AMAZING!! So tasty!! And my server, Travis was exceptional!! The food is a bit costly, but it's a nice treat for an every once in awhile occasion, and to be honest, the cost is well worth it!
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