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A Look Inside Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse

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Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse is now open after nearly a year of renovations. Containing multiple rooms sectioned off on each of its two floors, the restaurant can seat up to 300 people. The Jeff Ruby’s location at 89 E. Nationwide Blvd. is its second in Ohio, with the other residing in Cincinnati. Owner and founder Jeff Ruby said breaking into the Columbus market was a decision based on the central Ohio clientele he’s seen at his other locations in Cincinnati, Louisville and Nashville. He said he’s designed the new spot to possess characteristics familiar to the city, namely the Buckeye Room, one of two private dining areas in the restaurant.

Along with a main dining room, bar and private dining rooms, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse contains a wine cellar with purchasable wine lockers and more room for dining, as well as a patio for cigar smoking and outdoor drinking.

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse Founder Jeff Ruby, his daughter Britney Ruby Miller, and son, Brandon Ruby.

For more information, visit jeffruby.com.

 

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