Sink your teeth into these great Thanksgiving offeringsA La Carte
November 17, 2019
Story By: Caroline Wright |
Ruth’s Chris Steak House is known for spectacular sizzling custom-aged Midwestern beefsteaks, impeccable chops and seafood, and elegant side dishes. On Thanksgiving, the famed steakhouse will offer its own delectable interpretation of tradition: a lovely turkey dinner with scrumptious trimmings at just $49.95 for adults and $19.95 for keiki.
The feast will begin with your choice of Louisiana Seafood Gumbo, Caesar Salad or Steak House Salad. It’s followed by the delicious entree and the star of the day: sliced oven-roasted turkey, with homemade turkey gravy, cranberry relish, and Ruth’s own sausage and herb stuffing, accompanied by choice of garlic mashed potatoes, creamed spinach or sweet potato casserole.
You’ll definitely want to save room for dessert: pumpkin cheesecake with vanilla ice cream.
“On Thanksgiving, our Waikiki, Honolulu, Kauai and Mauna Lani restaurants will open at noon, and our Wailea and Lahaina restaurants will open at 3 p.m.,” says Emi Espinda, director of sales and marketing for the restaurant’s Hawaii locations. “And all guests who order the turkey dinner will receive a lagniappe — a special gift — from Ruth’s Chris!”
As always, the restaurant will offer its standard selection of exceptional steaks, chops and local seafood. Steaks are selected from the top 2 percent of the country’s beef and served sizzling on 500 degree plates.
Porterhouse for Two ($125) is a mouth-watering example of one of Ruth’s Chris’ finest steak offerings. With the richness of a NY strip and the tenderness of a filet, this 40-ounce piece of USDA prime cut beef is ideal for sharing with a friend. Barbecued Shrimp ($21), sauteed in reduced white wine, butter and garlic, is an ono way to start the meal, and Lobster Mac & Cheese ($26) rich with chunks of lobster and gently piquant with mild green chiles, is an irresistible accompaniment.