Celebrate Dad with a Father’s Day Special He’ll Cherish for Years
Orlando, FL (RestaurantNews.com) Honor all that Dad does this Father’s Day at Ruth’s Chris Steak House. All weekend, Dad can customize his experience with Twin Cold Water Lobster Tails specially paired with his choice of a 6-ounce filet ($49.95), an 8-ounce filet ($55.95), a 12-ounce ribeye ($59.95), or a 22-ounce bone-in cowboy ribeye ($79.95). The entire family can enjoy Ruth’s Chris Steak House with a special children’s menu -priced at $13.95.
“The perfect celebration for dad begins here,” said Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Executive Chef Rick Crossland. “An unforgettable Father’s Day experience at Ruth’s Chris Steak House starts with Dad’s choice of mouthwatering seafood and savory steak all broiled to perfection with the freshest ingredients.”
Help your dad unwind with a special Whiskey Flight, featuring Buffalo Trace, Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon, and Sazerac Rye, accompanied by house-made chocolate, for $15 all month. Specials from the bar also include a Dirty Goose Martini and Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon, named one of the Fifty Best Bourbon Whiskeys of 2015. Dad will also receive a special gift as a “thank you” for spending his Father’s Day with Ruth’s Chris Steak House.
Reservations are recommended and can be made online at http://www.ruthschris.com/promotions/fathersday/ or by calling your local Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Menus, pricing, special gift and hours may vary by location.
About Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Ruth’s Chris Steak House was founded by Ruth Fertel 50 years ago in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ruth had a recipe for everything – from how to prepare her signature sizzling steaks to how to treat her guests. This timeless formula is a testament to how one neighborhood eatery has become the largest collection of upscale steak houses in the world, with more than 140 restaurant locations around the globe. Ruth’s Chris remains true to its heritage, helping guests make their best memories on 500- degree sizzling plates. This is how it’s done at Ruth’s Chris Steak House.