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Epicurean Kentuckian: Prime Rib sandwich

2013-01-17 - 212 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by David Simpson. Prime Rib as a frequent menu item has been increasingly popular in South Central Kentucky. Time was, it was the ultimate meal - but required drives to Bowling Green, Louisville, Lexington, or Nashville to find the nearest place to find the elegant entree. Served in the traditional style, the Circle R, 712 Russell Road, makes Prime Rib a weekly event, every Saturday after 4:30pmCT. For what is billed as a Limited Time availability, the Cafe' on the Square, 212 Public Square, Columbia, KY is offering Prime Rib in Sandwich. It's popularity is growing, spokesman Ned Reagin said. At times the prep table is continuously making the sandwich. He wouldn't commit to making it a regular item. Photo by David Simpson.
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