Thick cut of marbled Bone-in ribeye with side of salt, pepper, and rosemary
Wonderfully cooked bone-in ribeye with asparagus and mushrooms on the side
Wonderfully marbled Bone-in ribeye with salt, pepper and rosemary on the side

USDA Prime Bone In Ribeye

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Our USDA Prime Bone-In Ribeye steaks are perfect for special occasions or if you're in the mood for a steakhouse quality meal. Each steak is wet-aged for 28-days and individually packaged. When they arrive at your door, they're as fresh as can be.

The natural fat of the ribeye with the added flavor of the bone when it cooks. Nothing tastes quite as good as one of these steaks. The added marbling and texture of USDA Prime beef makes Mr. Steak's Bone In Ribeye something special!

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Obtained from the "rib" or "primal rib" section of the cow. A prime rib sliced into individual steaks gives "rib eyes". The "eye" comes from the central and best tasting portion of the rib cut.

The natural fattiness of the ribeye cut makes it the most flavorful cut of beef. The bone enhances the flavor while cooking. This makes the USDA Prime Bone-In Ribeye one of the highest quality steaks on the market.

These ribeye steaks are wet aged for 28-days to make sure the beef is as high quality it can be. Intense marbling with buttery tenderness, pairing the ribeye with bone is an all-time combination.

What is a bone-in Ribeye?

How To Cook Ribeye Steaks

Mr. Steak suggests grilling this delicious steak on high heat for a nice sear and to keep the flavor locked in. Make sure to let each steak come to room temperature before cooking. Season the steaks to your liking and preheat the grill before cooking.

For medium rare doneness, grill each side for about 5 minutes until the internal temperature is 130-140°F. Take them off the grill and allow them to sit for about 4-6 minutes. This ensures the juices settle and finishes cooking for maximum flavor.

You can also pan sear a ribeye in a cast-iron skillet. Make sure the pan is hot so the steak sizzles when placed down. Sear each side for about 4 minutes on each side. For medium rare, the target internal temperature is 130-140°F.

Butter basting with aromatics like garlic and rosemary give a great flavor. Add or remove from cooking time on each side to tailor for desired doneness.