Posted on Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Jeff Ruby gave us a tour of the new luxury steakhouse. Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is located at 300 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219. To watch the video, please click "Read More" below.
Posted on Monday, August 1, 2016
Thank you to MSN Lifestyle for naming Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, Louisville as Kentucky's BEST Steakhouse! To see the published article, please click here.
Posted on Thursday, July 14, 2016
It's a colorful addition to Nashville's restaurant scene
This past weekend, after over two years of plotting, planning and building, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse opened its doors downtown. Located in the ground floor of the UBS Tower, the colorful 10,000-square-foot space offers plenty of eye candy, with unique artwork, chandeliers and details to spare. Along with a large bar area and main dining room, there are also three private dining areas, as well as outdoor seating.
Posted on Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, a popular steak, seafood, and sushi restaurant, officially opened in Downtown Nashville on Saturday, July 9, 2016. The high-end restaurant features nightly live entertainment and top-of-the-line service. Nashville marks the third Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse behind Cincinnati and Louisville. Jeff Ruby is also the founder of two other Cincinnati-based steakhouses, Precinct and Carlo & Johnny. Nashville Guru got a look inside the sweeping, eye-catching space in Music City.
Posted on Tuesday, July 12, 2016
The always-entertaining Business Insider has come up with a list of the best steakhouse in every state, so of course we had to take a look.
Business Insider said it worked with Foursquare, the city-guide app, to create the list, which is based on explicit ratings, visit popularity and tip sentiment.
The winner in Kentucky? Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse in downtown Louisville. Here's what it had to say:
Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse in Louisville is where "traditional New York steakhouse meets Las Vegas glitz." Guests are wild about the Cowboy steak, top-tier sushi, and live piano music. It also offers a selection of beef that's dry aged in-house.
The Cowboy steak, according to the Jeff Ruby's menu, is a 22-ounce bone-in ribeye, aged in house. It'll run you $66.
Jeff Ruby's is based in Cincinnati, but another steakhouse took the honor in Ohio: Jag's Steak and Se...
Posted on Saturday, July 9, 2016
Jeff Ruby opens his downtown Nashville steakhouse to the public on Saturday, 16 months after the Cincinnati-based restaurateur unveiled his plans for the first floor of the UBS Tower.
The roughly 10,000-square-foot restaurant at 300 4th Avenue N will be open for dinner service from 5-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 5-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The bar and sushi menu will be offered starting at 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
The restaurant has 298 seats and three private dining rooms that can accommodate 66 guests, 14 guests and 12 guests.
Posted on Wednesday, July 6, 2016
It's been over two years since intentions were first made public about expanding to Nashville, and now they're just a few days away from an official opening, as Cincinnati-based Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse will welcome its first guests this Saturday at 4 p.m.
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby's newest steakhouse now has an opening date.
Jeff Ruby's Nashville steakhouse will open to the public in the UBS Tower on July 9. Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment is hosting a private ribbon cutting with media the day before.
The Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse Nashville has a 12-foot-high circular stage in the dining room to host live music as well as a private dining room called the Music City room full of country music memorabilia, including a Johnny Cash guitar.
Posted on Friday, May 20, 2016
Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby is a busy man. He's opening a new steakhouse in Nashville by June, has plans for Columbus and is looking for a location in Cleveland. But there's a science to how Ruby chooses where to go.
Posted on Friday, March 11, 2016
The worst of winter is now behind and spring is just around the corner. And with that warmer weather comes a slew of new restaurant and bar openings, ranging from fast-casual Vietnamese to gigantic steakhouses and everything in between. So check out Eater Nashville's Most Anticipated Spring/Summer Opening Report and start marking your calendars.