Melt-in-your-mouth fantastic steak.
The entire Ruth's Chris experience oozes luxury. Waiters wear tuxedos and cater to your every whim, and the food is simply to-die-for; giant steaks come to you still sizzling, topped with butter.
You will never get a piece of meat that is over cooked at Ruth's Chris; everything is to your exact specifications. The wine list is extensive, and the wait staff can come up with some excellent recommendations based on your meal.
The side dishes are also fantastic. Try to au gratin potatoes or the sweet potato casserole. If you want some veggies, the asparagus is an excellent choice.
All of this comes at a price, though. Ruth's Chris is not for the stingy. Expect to spend upwards of $150 or more for a meal for two with a bottle of wine. This is not a restaurant for a random weekday meal, but it's worth it for special occasions.
Sophisticated American chain serves up corn-fed USDA prime cuts and New Orleans-style appetizers and sides.. In Short This offshoot of a popular New Orleans hangout for politicians features decor of dark woods and comfortable booths, with a separate bar scene. Choice cuts of custom-aged beef arrive in sizzling butter on 500-degree plates. The menu also offers chicken, pork and seafood entrees along with Creole appetizers like shrimp remoulade. Family-style sides include gargantuan onion rings, creamed spinach and various styles of potatoes. Traditional homemade desserts like cheesecake and bread pudding conclude the meal.