Signature Roast Prime Rib

Prime Rib - Boston, MA - Durgin Park

In the mood for a tender, delicious roast prime rib steak?

Come to Durgin-Park in Boston’s historic district. Though Durgin-Park has been serving classic comfort foods and traditional Boston meals for over a century, one thing has remained the same: the signature prime rib continuously surprises both locals and tourists. Known for its delicious seasonings and tender texture, our guests would agree that the prime rib should definitely be on your list of things to try at Durgin-Park.

A Crowd Favorite

As one of the most popular dishes at Durgin-Park, the prime rib is available in three different cuts:

  • Durgin Cut – 32 oz
  • Yankee Cut – 16 oz
  • Boston Cut – 10 oz

The beef is cooked and seasoned to perfection, ensuring every bite tastes juicy, tender and flavorful. It’s often served with a side of potatoes and a vegetable, such as our sweet and classic Boston baked beans. We also recommend starting off with one of our delicious appetizers, like scallops wrapped in bacon, oysters or fried onion rings, and then topping off the meal with a dessert of your choice. Durgin-Park desserts include the famous Boston cream pie, homemade apple pan dowdy, coffee jello and several options for all the chocolate lovers out there to enjoy.

Located in the Historic District of Boston

Between the checkered table cloths, ambient lighting and friendly, knowledgeable service, dining at Durgin-Park makes it feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Whether you order the signature roast prime rib steak or another entrée, the authentic Boston flavors will have you coming back for more. Fortunately, this is one moment from history that you can relive again and again.

Located at 340 N Market St in Boston, MA 02109, we’re right in the heart of the historic district. While Durgin-Park is often a favorite among locals, its location also makes it ideal for anyone exploring Boston’s rich history for the first time. After a day spent shopping and touring the sights, like the nearby Paul Revere House and the Freedom Trail, you can treat your taste buds to a bit of history as well at Durgin-Park.