I don't know of any place in Dayton that serves prime rib, but I work in a hotel in Cincinnati that serves prime rib on the Sunday buffet. The middle is rare, and is more cooked toward the ends. A lot of people send their slices back to the kitchen to be cooked more
. IMHO prime rib should be rare to medium rare, otherwise it's tasteless.
At our holiday party, we had a prime rib, and I asked the chef for a middle cut. He told me that he instructed the line cook to cook it well done, because that's the way everyone liked it. "NOT ME" I told him. I just don't get it. Most people wouldn't know good food if it was forced down their throat.