Prime Spot Bar & Grill Steakhouse
3417 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
(510) 268-1840Add Hours
Stay for the Prime Rib but dont forget to come back Dijon Garlic Lamb!
As a one of a kind steak house in Oakland and a name like “Prime Spot Bar & Grill you probably guessed by now that our specialty is Prime Rib. However, following close behind is a selection of quality Angus steaks like Grilled Rib Eye, Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon and our 3 Peppered New York Steak’s cooked to perfection. We also feature a list of mouth watering Seafood entree's including Blackened Ahi, Grilled Salmon and Oven Roasted Tiger Prawns. And let’s not forget our "Off the Bone" 5 Spice Honey Baby Back Ribs for the BBQ lover’s. And of course no meal should begin without an appetizer to warm up your pallet like our house favorite Crab & Artichoke Dip, Fiesta Calamari, Cajun Buffalo Wings or our Sampler Platter for a taste of it all. As a local family owned restaurant we treat you just like family. The atmosphere is warm and quaint without that franchise feel and we serve up healthy family size portions at an affordable price. Choose a glass of wine, a cocktail or a simple beverage to compliment your entrée’s at our full bar, and don’t forget to try our home made key Lime pie to top it all off.
The Prime Spot Bar & Grill was born and raised in the Oakland Bay Area on Grand Ave just down the block from Oakland’s famous Grand Lake Theater and the picturesque Lake Shore Park. Just reaching the tender age of 4 years old, after a humble beginning in 2007, the Prime Spot continues to grow with the help of the surrounding and welcoming community. Sparked from the dream of one day owning a steak house where one may be needed, and combined with a shared vision and passion for food from experienced career family chefs, the Prime Spot Bar & Grill was born, and set out to feed hungry folk in search of healthy portioned, well flavored, juicy and tender prime rib.
Cuisines: Barbecue, American, Seafood, Steakhouse
Price Range : Average
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Ok, I went having read the reviews and of course I ordered the Prime Rib. It was ok. It was not OMG good, but it was decent Prime Rib. Now I'm taking into account the fact I was there pretty early on a Thursday night when it was not busy. I'm sure that if I was there during a busier time that perhaps it would have been better? I don't' know.. I think House of Prime Rib in SF is much better quality, and just going by the reviews I had read, I was expecting better, so I was a little disappointed. Now to the decor, the place sooo does not have a Prime Rib feel to it. Really its set up to look like a fun bright orange bistro. with a min sports bar in the back. It's funny I saw a group of 4 show up and they did a double take at the front door, looking in walking back and forth and finally coming in and saying to themselves, "yea this is it" after seeing prime rib on the menu. So like I said, it's good. It's got potential, I don't like the location, I hate the tables and chairs, and I'm completely against a restraunt that has a TV playing while your eating. Especially Prime Rib. I'm not even going to get into the table next tom mine with some brat kid playing with some obnoxious toy that made lots of noise while his Berekly wanna-be parents sat there pretending like he was an angel.
Prices were good.
Food was ok.
Decor and size is awful.