Dry Aged Prime Rib Steak

Dry Aged Prime Rib Steak

Regular price $31.49
  • Always cut-to-order by an artisanal butcher
  • Free delivery on orders over $250

"A steak to write home about.”

The Quick Facts...

  • 100% Canadian dry-aged beef rib steak

Dry aging is just like magic, isn’t it? The moisture is slowly drawn out, giving each rib more flavour and more tenderness. We dry age these ribs in-house for more than thirty days, before we hand cut them and ship them to your door.

Rib steaks are one of our most popular items. They come from the back of the animal, which means it's a very tender cut and there's a lot more of that premium flavour.

Goes Great With...

You guessed it: roasted vegetables and fingerling potatoes. The trick is to focus on seasoning and cooking your steaks just right.

Our Preferred Preparation for Dry Aged Prime Rib Steak

We recommend the grill or pan searing for your dry-aged rib steaks. Because these are boneless cuts, you should be able to achieve a nice sear after only a few minutes on each side.

How It Ships...

Our dry-aged rib steaks are cut and prepared by hand, to order, and sent to your door on our own fleet of refrigerated trucks.

A New York striploin steak is cut from the part of the cow beneath the back bone before the rear haunches. It’s a relatively lean and boneless cut known for its flavour. A dry-aged prime New York striploin is a New York striploin made from prime grade beef that has been dry-aged for additional flavour characteristics.

The Butcher Shoppe sources all of our New York striploin steaks from cattle farms in Fort MacLeod, Alberta. These picturesque western farms, with their breathtaking views and dry, open-range environments, produce some of the very best Canadian striploin beef that money can buy.

Two pro tips straight from our top butchers: pat your dry-aged prime New York striploin steak dry to get rid of any extra moisture before you cook it. Then season your steak using salt and fresh cracked pepper. We also recommend using a one-inch (14oz) to one-and-half-inch-thick (20oz) cut so you can cook it long enough to develop a nice crust without overcooking the steak in the middle.

The New York strip steak is somewhat of a celebrity in the work of butchers and meat lovers. You may hear it referred to as “Manhattan Filet,” “New York Steak,” “Striploin,” or “Kansas City Steak.” No matter what you call it, it all comes from the short loin, one of the most flavourful parts of the animal. Dry-aging the steak only adds that much more delicious flavour!

The Butcher Shoppe

“A great steak with an even greater reputation.”

The steak with a hundred names, the New York strip is a true cornerstone. It’s one of our favorite cuts to butcher, to cook, and to eat. Turns out, most of our customers agree. With just the right amount of marbling and thickness, the dry-aged prime New York striploin offers tremendous flavour. Enjoy!


There is bone-in (also known as wing steak or bone-in striploin) and boneless (also known as New York striploin). There is center-cut striploin, as well as end-to-end-cut striploin.

The heavier and thicker your cut of dry-aged prime New York striploin, the more this allows you time enough to get that perfect inner temperature while allowing all that good fat to render. There’s just nothing like a thick-cut striploin.

The medium matters less than the outcome. Keep it simple and aim for that seared crusty outside and even, medium rare cooking throughout the steak. As to which is better, grilling, pan frying, or broiling, the debate rages on. Our favorite way to cook a dry-aged prime New York striploin, however, is seasoned with salt and pepper over an open grill.

All of our striploin is trimmed by hand, extra nice. We always remove the back strap, meaning you won’t pay extra for the scrap that creates an otherwise poor eating experience. Because we select our striploin from a smaller eye and age longer than most, we’re able to consistently deliver thicker, more tender steaks.

A cast iron skillet is nice to have to prevent flare ups on the grill, but especially for cooking striploin on the stovetop or broiler. Unlike ribeye, however, striploin has more room for error because it carries more fat. Still, you can’t beat the open grill for a dry-aged prime New York strip steak.

From the Head Butcher’s Counter

“New York strip steak has panache. It’s got a vibe and feel to it, a reputation. Once you see it made the right way, with that beautiful, flavorful crust, you’ll know exactly why New York strip is a king among kings.”

How the Butcher’s Prepare New York Striploin Steak

We recommend butter basting this bad boy on a cast iron pan, high hight, for that delicious, crusty sear that brings out all the flavor this steak is known for.

The Butcher Shoppe.
On the Grill

Simple is best when it comes to dry-aged prime New York striploin steaks. Season both sides of your steak with a generous amount of kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper, then cook on a high-heat grill for 5-6 minutes per side. After removing your steaks from the grill, let them sit a couple minutes before slicing thinly and serving to your (drooling?) guests.

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Using a Broiler

Choose this approach for a thicker cut (two inches or more), though can use it with thinner steaks (just be careful!). You’ll need a cast iron skillet or broiling pan. Heat your broiler to high (550℉) and adjust the rack to the right distance (not too close to the flame!). Rub each side of the steak with a little olive oil, salt, and fresh ground pepper, then broil each side 3-4 minutes. After removing from the oven, let your steak rest for about five minutes before serving. Just like many restaurants do it!

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In a Pan

Our favorite preparation by far. Heat a cast iron skillet to high heat and give it a generous drizzle of canola oil. Pat your steak dry, then season it generously on both sides with salt and pepper. Once the pan is hot, add your steak and check for the sizzle. Sear your steak for 4-5 minutes, then flip. Add a generous amount of your favorite butter (Tillamook or Kerrygold will do), garlic cloves, and rosemary. As the steak cooks, continue to pour the melted butter onto the top frequently, 4-5 minutes.