Sizzlin’ steakhouse offers sumptuous steaks, seafood and moreA La Carte
February 4, 2019
Story By: Don Robbins | Photos by: PHOTOS COURTESY RUTH'S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE
Ruth’s Chris Steak House continues to successfully stake its reputation on bringing the finest cuts of beef and other exquisite bites to the table.
Besides succulent steaks, this admired restaurant offers New Orleans-inspired appetizers, fresh island seafood, scrumptious side dishes and classic desserts. Making guests’ experience even more enjoyable, Ruth’s Chris also has an award-winning wine selection.
While you are cradled in this oasis featuring cozy seating areas and warm, soft lighting, sit back and relax because there’s no better place to spend some tranquil time with family, friends and colleagues than at Ruth’s Chris Steak House.
In 1965, Ruth Fertel mortgaged her home to purchase a small steakhouse in New Orleans called Chris Steak House. After investing heated platters and served on 500-degree sizzling hot plates.
Keeping natural flavors at the forefront, the restaurant’s team only uses a bit of salt and pepper to season its steaks — the restaurant uses Prime or high cut of Choice, corn-fed Midwestern beef.
One of the mouthwatering selections at Ruth’s Chris Steak House is the eatery’s famous and eye-catching Tomahawk Ribeye ($147). This is a juicy USDA Prime bone-in, 40-ounce rib-eye steak. The exquisite piece of steak is well-marbled for peak flavor and extremely popular with guests.
Another item that patrons crave for is Seafood Tower ($69 small, $138 large). The tower is an awesome combination of Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab legs, colossal lump crab and jumbo shrimp.
Those who can’t get enough of briny crustaceans should try Lobster Mac & Cheese ($26). This lip-smacking creation features tender lobster, a three-cheese blend and mild green chiles.
For the most flavorful cuisine in a pleasurable environment, there’s no better place to gather than at this spectacular steakhouse.