It was abit crowded however worth to wait. very nice food (pasta) and service. very helpful staff. very nice place for a stop.
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My girlfriend and I were looking for somewhere to eat Saturday night at around 8-9 which anyone who has been to NYC before will tell you can be difficult. After being told we’d need to wait over an hour we came across Ruby’s. Small spot...More
Ruby’s website promises Aussie style coffee but fails to mention their coffee machine is turned off @6pm. Not impressed.
We ate here one night and really enjoyed the laid back nature of the place and the high quality food on offer . We had a fabulous side order of fried Brussels sprouts - OMG Ive never tasted sprouts fried like this before they were...More
Good burgers, but the personnel is too impolite. They care only for the profit. They behave rude to the customers. Don’t go!
Food is good, but staff extremely rude. The only thing they care is to kick you out quickly in order to gain more money.I wouldn’t go there again.
Stayed at Hampton Inn Times Sq central and Ruby Sunday’s was really close to our hotel. So we choose to eat here after arriving tired and hungry for dinner . Was not at all dissapointing. All our meals were very good. Hiccrory bourbon salmon chips...More
The fact that there was a queue out the door on a freezing Monday lunchtime suggesting this was a place worth visiting. After a wait of about 15 minutes, we got a table, albeit the one by the door, but we were so hungry we...More
We were visiting New York City for a week and were desperate for Australian coffee. I googled “good Australian coffee” near me and Ruby’s popped up. I headed straight there - and it was just what my heart desired! The breakfast menu was the stuff...More
Super busy spot at lunch. And for very good reason. The food is great. Juicy burger I go back to often. Staff are ... just there. But who cares, right?