Top Prime Rib In Connecticut December 16, 2015 11:17 AM Prime rib is the regal roast of beef. Choosing the perfect, aged, marbled cut is a science, and timing the cooking so that the outside gets crusty while the inside stays pink is an art. Fortunately, there are quite a few restaurants in Connecticut where this science and art marry up each week, or more accurately, each weekend, to produce an excellent and even memorable classic dining experience for their patrons.
Here is the best place to find prime rib in the Nutmeg State. The White Horse Country Pub 258 New Milford Turnpike New Preston, CT 06777 (860) 868-1496 www.whitehorsecountrypub.com One bite of its prime rib and any diner will understand why The White Horse Country Pub won the award for best prime rib in Connecticut for four years running, from 2012 through 2015. Although usually only (but always) available on Friday and Saturday, the prime rib comes with Yorkshire Pudding, mashed potatoes and a sauteed vegetable, as well (of course) as a generous helping of the au jus. The atmosphere at The White Horse is upscale and historic, but also warm and inviting, and is the perfect dining destination for those taking the drive through the scenic Litchfield Hills to the Township of Washington and into New Preston, which is also if somewhat confusingly called Marbledale.