We ate here on Friday night,August 22. Our first time to Ruth's Chris. Our reservaton was for 8:45 and we were seated right away. I wanted to have a drink at the bar first,but we were right on time and I didn't even see the bar.....there must be a bar,right? Anyway,it didn't impact our meal in anyway! We were seated downstairs. It was a pretty room with exposed brick. Upstairs seemd a bit more formal,looked very nice as well.
Our waiter was professional,if stiff. He was trying too hard...everyword seemed scripted. He also did a good bit of "upselling"which really is overkill,in my opinion,in a restaurant this expensive already.
I had the petite filet. My fiance had the bone in rib eye. I started with the Ruths' Chris salad (looks like a tower) and my fiance had french onion soup. We shared a baked pot. and broccoli
au gratin. Everything was delicious!!! We couldn't find one thing wrong! The bread basket was totally boring and could have been bread anywhere,a small white loaf,but tasty!
Our bill was about $210-. Tax&tip. We had one martini,one rum and coke and one half bottle of chardonnay.