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- An Omaha Steaks Exclusive!
- Aged at least 28 days for maximum tenderness
- Triple-Trimmed by master butchers
- Flash frozen after carving for perfect delivery
- Intense marbling deepens rich ribeye flavor
- Perfect as a centerpiece for holiday feasts
Outrageously juicy, astoundingly rich flavor. The Private Reserve Ribeye Crown Roast is the roast most coveted by steak lovers. That's why the master butchers at Omaha Steaks have finally made it available. You won't find a roast like this anywhere else. Guaranteed.
Exceptional marbling, flavor, and tenderness. This roast is perfectly Triple-Trimmed - meaning zero unnecessary exterior fat - from the cap of the ribeye by our most experienced butchers. Naturally generous interior marbling provides this roast's signature juiciness. Take one delicious bite and you'll understand why the cap is known as “the crown jewel” of the ribeye.
What truly makes the Private Reserve Ribeye Crown Roast one-of-a-kind is precisely what makes Omaha Steaks Beef Better - careful selection, precise aging, hand trimming, and flash freezing. Our master butchers choose only the best beef ribs to craft our steaks, then age them at least 21 days to maximize tenderness and the flavor of that beautiful marbling. Then they hand-cut carve every ounce for the optimum eating experience and flash freeze it to deliver perfect flavor to your door. Order yours now!
|Preferred Doneness||Sear and Slow Roast||Quick Roast||Grill 1st Side||Grill After Turning|
|Med-Rare - 130-140°F||10-12||17-19||6||4-5|
|Medium - 140-150°F||12-14||19-23||6||6-7|
|Well Done - 160-170°F||14-20||23+||6||8+*|
Nutrition & Info
|Cooking Method||Bake, Sear Roast|
|Dietary Need||Made Without Gluten, Ketogenic Diet, Paleo Diet|
|Roast Type||Prime Rib|
|Weight||1.5 lb. roasts|
|People Serving||serves 4|
These products are processed in our plants in Nebraska, USA after undergoing a strict series of quality checks and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture.