A standing rib roast is a cut of beef from the rib section where rib-eye steaks are generally cut from. A lot of our customers know this particular cut as “Prime Rib”. It’s called a “Standing Rib Roast” because it includes up to seven rib bones and is most commonly cooked in a “standing” position.

To ensure you have enough to go around, we recommend a serving size of two people per rib, with a minimum size of three ribs. Anything less than that is basically a nice thick steak.