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    Wink Best skiing and best prime rib?

    What ski area has the best skiing and best prime rib? The skiing and restaurant need to be within five miles of each other. Vegan's don't need to comment. Click image for larger version. 

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    Bromley kinda blows, but Johnny seesaws prime rib is pretty killer. I think magic is probably 7 miles from seesaws or that would be the east coast champ.

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    Argentina, for $800, Alex. Even if it is upside down.
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    They have prime rib dinners at Mission Ridge and it’s pretty tasty. A few times a season they serve it after hours at the mid mountain lodge.


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    I mean…some pretty great steak restaurants in Aspen. All easily within 1 mile of the base of Ajax.


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    Pioneer Saloon in Ketchum, ID is the answer.
    https://www.pioneersaloon.com/menu.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by gretch6364 View Post
    I mean…some pretty great steak restaurants in Aspen. All easily within 1 mile of the base of Ajax.
    The 6oz Prime Rib Cap at Catch Steak is $64 alacart. But it’s dam good!

    Elks Club only has it a couple of times a year, but it’s the best deal in Aspen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jummo View Post
    Argentina,
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    Well shit there's no good skiing or prime rib in Montana...too bad. Guess I should check out Aspen.

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    San Francisco House of Prime Rib is about 10 lovely blocks from this rad terrain:

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    Beaver Creek Chophouse. Right at the base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelinksplit View Post
    Well shit there's no good skiing or prime rib in Montana...too bad. Guess I should check out Aspen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tads View Post
    Beaver Creek Chophouse. Right at the base.
    Hummmm? Their dinner menu shows steaks, but no prime rib..... Northside has sort of ok prime rib.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacksaw View Post
    Hummmm? Their dinner menu shows steaks, but no prime rib..... Northside has sort of ok prime rib.
    Go the next day for their cheesesteak lunch they make with the leftovers. My lord it's good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    End of thread.
    except it has nothing to do with the thread. One picture is a filet, widely available in Argentina (probably even near a ski resort). The other is pigs roasting at the Parilla Patagonia Piscis. They don't serve prime rib and I'm not even sure they serve beef.
    Additionally, just going from Chapelco to the restaurants of San Martin de los Andes is closer to 10 miles than 5.

    So maybe try again with a restaurant in Argentina that serves prime rib within 5 miles of a ski resort that you can comment on the quality of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacksaw View Post
    Hummmm? Their dinner menu shows steaks, but no prime rib..... Northside has sort of ok prime rib.
    a lot of places only serve it on the weekends, holidays, or just really busy periods. It's a great way to take pressure off the kitchen and if that's the goal it sells better as a special.
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    Best skiing and best prime rib?

    I think it was 2012 and my brother and I had solid prime rib at the Cat’s Paw in Bozeman. It was like $12 and seriously good. A lot of wild stuff was witnessed. It is more than 5 miles from Bridget though.

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    Ski Cooper - - - > quincy's if you want to be a local.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Ski Cooper - - - > quincy's if you want to be a local.
    This sounds great right now.
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    Consider Banff. Ski your legs off on the double chair at Norquay, followed by prime rib at Chuck’s steakhouse.

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    Goddammit. Now I'm hungry for prime rib.

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    Who da fuq eats Prime Rib when there's a cut called "tenderloin?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Who da fuq eats Prime Rib when there's a cut called "tenderloin?"
    Jeezus, dude. Tenderloin is far inferior to rib roast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by One (+) Sentence View Post
    Pioneer Saloon in Ketchum, ID is the answer.
    https://www.pioneersaloon.com/menu.php
    This x eleventy billion.
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