Posted on Wednesday, December 28, 2016
CINCINNATI -- An East Side steakhouse makes the cut as one of America's best, according to Travel + Leisure.
Jeff Ruby's Precinct, which opened in 1981 in an old police station, is consistently rated one of Cincinnati's finest restaurants.
"A 19th-century Brunswick bar, reclaimed saloon doors, and vintage barber chairs set the stage for USDA prime steaks topped with sauces like béarnaise, brandy cream, and mushroom bordelaise and served with house-made bread, salad, and baked potatoes -- plus tableside fettuccine Alfredo and bananas foster," the review says.
Should you care to add some travel to your leisure, the top 30 list includes: Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse in New Orleans, Peter Luger in New York, St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis and House of Prime Rib in San Francisco.
It's the second time Travel + Leisure has ranked The Precinct among Ameri...
Posted on Friday, December 16, 2016
Chef Chris Lewis from Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse made the Prime Rib Dip Sandwich. (see recipe below) It's available on the Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse holiday lunch menu running through Friday, Dec. 23 from 11am-2pm, weekdays only. Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is located at 300 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219. For reservations and more information, call (615) 434-4300, visit http://www.jeffruby.com, follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JeffRubysNashville/ and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffrubyculinary/
Posted on Thursday, December 15, 2016
If you plan to serve Jeff Ruby's Prime Rib at your Holiday Dinner this year, check out our video at the link below for super-simple, step-by-step cooking instructions and tips! Happy Holidays!
Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2016
ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -
Jeff Ruby and his family distributed 55 free turkeys to Hamilton County sheriff's deputies who patrol the Anderson Township area.
The restaurateur and longtime law enforcement supporter and victim's advocate said the gesture was his way of thanking the deputies for their service.
Posted on Wednesday, November 2, 2016
....And you’ll feel so grown up at Jeff Ruby’s, the super-swanky steakhouse that opened this summer on the ground floor of the UBS building, situated on Fourth Avenue North at Union. On a mild October evening, its doors open onto a dining terrace where guests sip cocktails and take in the sounds of its piano bar. Step inside the grand entry and marvel at the glittering swirl of giant chandeliers, the sweep of plush rose banquettes, the ornate dark woods, the art-deco style murals. As you are escorted to your table, your eyes are drawn to the raw bar, an enticing and elaborate display of seafood — oysters, jumbo tiger shrimp and Alaskan red king crab legs jutting out of the ice. Keep looking: There’s a sushi bar, too, where its masters craft lavish rolls.
Posted on Wednesday, November 2, 2016
The American steakhouse is the culinary intersection of class and comfort. Our #OpenTable100 Best Steakhouses list highlights restaurants that deliver a high-end dining experience that is singular and soothing all at once. We determined the list of honorees after analyzing more than five million reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants across the country — all submitted by verified diners.
Posted on Saturday, September 24, 2016
Last night I was invited to attend a blogger happy hour event at the new Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in downtown Nashville. I was excited at the opportunity since I had already heard so many great things about the food and the atmosphere of the restaurant; so naturally I jumped at the chance to visit (even though it was our 2nd wedding anniversary). Since the event was right at the end of my work day, I figured “why not?” and stopped by for an hour. I am so glad that I did.
Posted on Thursday, September 15, 2016
If you didn’t know that Jeff Ruby is a real guy who launched an eponymous steakhouse, you might think that Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse is some sort of Disney creation. The fedora-wearing restaurateur travels between his various restaurant properties in a custom-wrapped luxury bus, a rolling billboard for his brand of high-end dining and excellent customer service. The details of the restaurants' decor seem impossibly over-the-top unless you’ve met Ruby himself and realize that he actually is larger than life. This is the man who gained national attention for banning O.J. Simpson from his Louisville steakhouse during Derby Week, landing himself and his brand on every network’s news and morning shows.
Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2016
It's American as apple pie, the idiom goes, partly because it just rolls off the tongue right nice. However, if there were a type of food that really typifies the idea of America, it has to be steak: Raised by cowboys, seared on grills and served up in giant slabs befitting a land of plenty. The list below is a expert's rough guide to where you can find some of the best steaks and steakhouses in every state from Maine to Hawaii, and everywhere in between.
Posted on Monday, September 12, 2016
CINCINNATI (WKRC) – Local restaurant “The Precinct” hosted a victory dinner on the house for our local Chopped Jr. champion. Nadjah Bray and her family stopped in at The Precinct on Sunday night. Not only will Nadjah shadow cooks at Jeff Ruby's restaurant. She will also be adding a new addition to her family, a therapy dog donated by the American Success Dog Training Academy. Nadjah wanted to use the money she received from Chopped to buy a therapy dog for her family. Her twin brothers have autism and her younger sister has health issues as well. Nadjah says the main ingredient is love, in her dishes and in her family.