It has been decades since I patronized Ruby Tuesday, but my son chose to go there for a quick salad before heading for our nation’s capitol. When we entered, I looked at the salad bar and there was absolutely no appeal to me (e.g., freshly cut ripe cucumber and tomatoes should have the appearance of juices – these didn’t.) My son ordered ‘turkey minis’ and the salad bar. I ordered the Asiago Peppercorn Sirloin steak with baked potato and sugar snap peas.
We didn’t critique his food, but he ate both of his turkey burgers and little of his salad. My peas were poor, but the baked potato with sour cream and butter (that’s as loaded as it comes) was good. Most surprising was that the asiago sirloin was well seasoned, tender, juicy, medium as ordered … delicious. In addition, our server was efficient, personable, and radiated a positive persona to enhance our dining experience.
Ruby Tuesday seems to strive to be the best of the ‘average’ restaurants; it’s menu tells me that. Its prices makes it very affordable for most. The restaurant at this location is doing a good job in achieving that goal