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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Ruth's Chris Steak House Restaurant Review: Don’t expect to be surprised by this clubby steakhouse---there are dozens of Ruth’s Chris’ across the country and they all serve the same menu. But don’t knock a chain if it knows how to do things right. The dining room looks like a patrician men's club with burnished walls and deep, mellow booths, with professional service to match the environment. The menu features Prime beef that's been dry-aged three weeks, then seared under 1,800-degree broilers to hold in juices and impart a caramelized crust, all topped lusciously with a sizzling pat of butter. Non-beef eaters will find appealing savory options, from boiled lobster to grilled portobello mushrooms. Dining at Ruth's Chris is a pricey experience since everything is à la carte, but because the portions are immense, a twosome can easily share the creamed spinach, potatoes, and other choice accompaniments. Desserts are steakhouse classics: bread pudding, cheesecake and banana cream pie. Complement your meal with a selection from the lengthy wine list.