A Gathering Place For FamilyA La Carte
November 4, 2018
Story By: Adrienne Wilson |
Ruth Fertel, founder of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, allegedly stood at 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighed 110 pounds. However, she still managed to butcher 30-pound steaks by hand from morning to night.
Her motivation? Her desire to send her teenage sons to college. From 1965 to now, her dedication to hard work and her family is still tastefully apparent in 150 Ruth’s Chris Steak House locations worldwide, as evidenced by its current standing as the largest luxury steakhouse company.
This Thanksgiving, all six of Ruth’s Chris Hawaii restaurants will be open from 4 p.m., so there’s more than enough time to celebrate family.
A REASON TO BE THANKFUL
As Thanksgiving is a day when family and friends travel from miles apart to see each other, Ruth’s Chris Steak House invites you to carve out a bigger portion of that precious together time and let the special occasion experts at Ruth’s Chris do the rest. Sit back, relax and expand your culinary palate with the three-course Thanksgiving Day feast ($49.95, $20.95 for keiki), which includes a soup or salad starter, hand-carved oven-roasted turkey with sausage and herb stuffing, your choice of one of three most popular sides (Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potato Casserole and Creamed Spinach), and a dessert duo (Pumpkin Cheese Cake and Vanilla Ice Cream).
Alternatively, you can enjoy a favorite from the regular full dinner menu and create a holiday tradition of your own. This year, Ruth’s Chris will also be offering its “SIDES to GO” that can feed up to 10 guests (Creamed Spinach or Sweet Potato Casserole). Reservations are requested, as Thanksgiving is a very popular holiday.