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Old 09-11-2019, 09:36 AM   #1
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Default Beef rib price

Just found out about a newish BBQ joint near me, same list of meats and sides as is typical, and, they have the big "dino" beef ribs.

So I checked out the prices and they were in the ballpark with most other places, but the single beef rib was $30....with "market" next to the price which I assume means the price is variable, which usually means higher, lol, Sounded a little high to me but what do I know....

So what do you pay for a beef rib in a BBQ joint? just curious.
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Old 09-11-2019, 09:38 AM   #2
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Usually between $20-30 from my experiences. Also depends what they are serving, Prime, Choice, Wagyu, etc.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:04 AM   #3
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I've paid as much as $50.


Lots of factors, but $30 doesn't sound outrageous to me, but I'd expect it to be pretty good
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shorty's are getting ridiculously expensive. last week Costco wanted $9.99/lbs.......I just ate steak instead
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There are definitely some restaurants that serve them daily, but a lot have them as a weekly special as they're hard to make a profit on. I get mine at Restaurant Depot (chuck short ribs) and they can cost between $5 and $10/bone depending upon size. If I go to a higher end butcher near me, I can pay a lot more.
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$30+ is pretty typical here in KC at the restaurants that serve them. Usually it's just one big rib.
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There are definitely some restaurants that serve them daily, but a lot have them as a weekly special as they're hard to make a profit on. I get mine at Restaurant Depot (chuck short ribs) and they can cost between $5 and $10/bone depending upon size. If I go to a higher end butcher near me, I can pay a lot more.
Yeah, I get mine from RD as well and can confirm that they're about $5-10 a bone for choice dino ribs.
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I always wondered how much of a discount a lot of these places get at wholesale. I pay $120 a rack from SRF as a consumer for 3 bones, and just ordered my first rack from 44 Farms at $100 for a 3 bone rack. I've had people ask if I would ever sell any but I would have to sell at $35 per bone just to cover the cost of may.
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shorty's are getting ridiculously expensive. last week Costco wanted $9.99/lbs.......I just ate steak instead
My thoughts exactly.
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I've never ordered beef ribs out, as it's one cut I've literally never messed up. I do see that the grocery store prices are close to double what I saw last year. $6/lb for beef ribs??? Hard pass.
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When I've been to central texas beef ribs seem to be in the 25-30 per pound range at many of the restaurants that served them
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Costco Business Center in North Jersey. BBQrestaurant they want $28.00 per rib.

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Rib section what OP was talking about (I think) that a single cooked beef rib at a bbq joint runs $30+
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Just picked up a rack of 3 bone Plate Ribs for 10.99 a pound at one of spots in Dallas - only place I know that consistently has the plate ribs - can generally get the 4 bone Chucks ribs for 4 or 5 dollars less a pound at Costco's or US Foods
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Costco Business Center in North Jersey. BBQrestaurant they want $28.00 per rib.

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