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A Do's and Don'ts Guide to House of Prime Rib

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If you’ve ever lived in San Francisco, you know the House of Prime Rib. Founded in 1949 and renowned for its enormous portions, the House of Prime Rib is everyone’s go-to old school restaurant for anniversaries, birthdays, and other special events. If you’re a newbie to the city, you may be overwhelmed with questions like: how the heck do I get a reservation? What should I order? And how will I survive the onslaught of succulent meat? No Crumbs’ host Josh Decolongon  has crafted a Do’s and Don’ts guide to ensure you have a stress-free visit at this famous Polk Gulch eatery.

About No Crumbs:

In KQED’s vertical video series No Crumbs, host Josh Decolongon is a foodie field reporter, uncovering histories and celebrating the culture behind the Bay Area’s exciting and diverse culinary landscape. No Crumbs will inspire new perspectives on the Bay Area food scene you thought you knew.

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