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Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse

700 Walnut St. (E. Seventh St.) Send to Phone
513-784-1200 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Steak is king at this restaurant in the heart of downtown.
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Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse Restaurant Review

: Jeff Ruby has long been known to appeal to the high roller, and nowhere can it be seen to better effect than at this eponymous joint in the heart of downtown. The whole scene is on a Big Apple scale, from the piano bar to the showcase dry-aging room for beef and private dining room with beveled glass doors. Art Deco abounds, as does luxury seating in tufted banquettes. Steak is king, from the massive 28-ounce bone-in rib-eye with white truffle butter to the 22-ounce bone-in sirloin and crusted, full-flavored filet. There's also a broad array of crisp salads, such as the Broadway with iceberg lettuce, Maytag blue cheese, port pears and pecans. Also notable are the blue crab bisque, potato pancakes with apple purée and sour cream, and beer can chicken, inflected with fresh rosemary. Desserts are every bit as top-shelf. If you can save room, go for the homemade ice cream with chocolate ganache.

User Ratings & Reviews for Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse
Average rating    4
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My visit at Jeff Rubys April 4th
by Comedyone on Wed Jul 02, 2008 12:49 pm
 
WHile I enjoyed the food and over all time I was at Jeff Rubys Steakhouse, I think the music could have or was overdone. It was a late night I was there with friends from Detroit, in for the Gordon Lightfoot concert next door. We loved the food. I mean for the size and all that we ate with it, WOW! However the loudness of the LIVE singers were such that we had to YELL across the table at each other to carry on any talk. Perhaps curtailing the music or having a lower voulme would be better. Not that the group he had was bad, Just loud. I don't want to yell across the table to carry on talk with familyor friends.

Jeff Ruby really doesn't need to have music to get people in to his Steakhouse. The Steaks get the people in.
 
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