No restaurant can make a Prime Rib like we can, unless they smoke them for a few hours.
I used to say I never met a Prime Rib I didn't like until I had one at a restaurant at Lake Wallenpaupack, in NE PA. It wasn't tough, but it tasted lousy, with a nasty back taste. Then I had another bad one at another restaurant, at the same lake. I told my buddy who owns a restaurant in SE PA about it, and told him they both had the same nasty back taste. He laughed, and said that's because both restaurants got them out of the back of the same truck, and nuked them.
They sucked, but they still weren't tough.