The prime rib dinner with herb-encrusted standing rib roast. Source: Facebook.

Beef lovers will find great satisfaction if they head to the Fish Whistle at the Granary for their Friday Prime Rib Night. The Sassafras River setting only makes the dinner that much more special.

Chef/owner Jeff Carroll knows how to do prime rib the right way. He starts with a roast that is grade U.S. Prime. After prepping the roast, Carroll seasons the cut by encrusting it with herbs and spices.

Then the roast goes into a hot oven. The result is a roasting work of art: brown and crispy outside and red and tender inside. If you like it pink and rare, your cut is ready. For those who want their meat finished on the well side, just ask your server to finish your cut off the way you like it.

As Jeff Carroll is fond to say, “It’s all about the food! Order it the way you want it.”

The Fish Whistle keeps the presentation simple: Prime rib, bake potato and a vegetable. Queen (12 oz.) and King-sized (16 oz.) cuts are offered.

Fish Whistle Prime Rib finished well done. Source: Facebook.

The Fish Whistle starts seating for dinner at 5 p.m. Reservations are strongly recommended.

The Fish Whistle at the Granary is located on the Cecil County side of the Sassafras River at 100 George Street, Georgetown, Maryland. The restaurant is open seven days a week:

Monday-Thursday, 4 pm – 9 pm; Friday-Saturday, 11 am – 10 pm, and Sunday, 11 am – 9 pm. Visit the Fish Whistle online or on Facebook.