Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse New Holiday Hours

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse New Holiday Hours

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This fine dining mecca is celebrating 20 years and is opening its doors for lunch this holiday season. Click for the delicious details.

A Cincinnati tradition, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse has been filling bellies and offering a delicious date night location for 20 years. 

The history behind the restaurant goes back 49 years when restaurateur Jeff Ruby left New Jersey for Cincinnati to begin his career in the hospitality industry. Now, that brand has expanded to other cities including Louisville, Nashville, Columbus, and Lexington.

Jeff Ruby’s children have worked their way up the ranks of the restaurant and in the last few years have joined the company’s leadership team. Currently, Britney Ruby Miller serves as the President of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment while Dillon Ruby and Brandon Ruby serve as managers on the corporate team. 

With the holidays quickly approaching, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse is now opening its doors for lunch, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy a fine dining experience during the day.

“Traditional favorites from Jeff Ruby’s such as the restaurant’s great steaks will be on the menu as well as seafood items and holiday-inspired desserts,” says Ben Stallard from Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment. 

In addition to being open for lunch, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse is also taking bookings for business lunches and holiday parties, for which reservations can be made by clicking here.

Drinks at Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse include an extensive wine list, plus cocktails, craft beer selections from many Cincinnati-based breweries, whiskey, scotch, tequila, and much more. A complete drink menu can be found here

When asked why a visit to Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse is a must during the holiday season, or any time, Stallard says that there is no better place to celebrate than Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse for lunch or dinner. 

“Enjoy one of their award-winning steaks, a glass of wine to toast and enjoy the ambience and terrific service to share time with colleagues or family during the holidays,” he adds.

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