Guides & Comparisons
Here’s what users have said about the Carve Prime Rib:
Carve Prime Rib lacked consistency in their availability, but Derrick, the server, provided excellent service with great suggestions and attentiveness. The French Onion soup was outstanding during the first visit, while the bone-in ribeye stole the show on the second visit. Don’t miss the extensive cocktail selection, and make sure to try the espresso martini.
Carve Prime Rib left much to be desired. The salmon was dry and inedible, with the spinach only being passable. While the chicken parm was fine, the sauce lacked depth and tasted canned. Overall, the dining experience fell short of expectations.
Carve at The Cannery surprised with its delicious prime rib. Though skeptical at first, the quaint restaurant impressed with its well-cooked, flavorful 16-ounce cut. The corn chowder was a standout, bursting with creaminess and packed with flavor. While the shrimp cocktail was good, the shrimp could have been larger for the price. Overall, Carve offers a satisfying prime rib option closer to home compared to Hugo’s, making it a hidden gem worth trying.