Starting on Tuesday, January 17, 2017, the Endless Garden Bar – typically priced at $8.99 during lunch, $9.99 at dinner – has more than 55 ingredients, nearly double the number of items offered on the previous Garden Bar. The new Garden Bar is available at all locations. Ruby Tuesday said their new Garden Bar features more than a dozen new fruits and vegetables, premium cheeses, a variety of crunchy toppings and eight dressings that are now all made in-house with carefully selected ingredients.
The new Garden Bar is available with endless trips at lunch starting at $8.99 and dinner from $9.99. It can also be added to any entrée for $3.99 or substituted as a side starting at $1.49.
Additions such as shredded kale, chopped romaine, artichoke hearts, roasted corn and edamame are just a few of the new items alongside such lasting favorites as diced cucumbers and onions, sliced baby ‘bella mushrooms, diced eggs, crumbled feta and chopped bacon.
Eight new dressings made in-house are crafted to make any Garden Bar creation better than it’s ever been. New Garden Herb Ranch improves on a classic guest favorite, while other distinctive choices such as Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette and Raspberry Poppyseed Vinaigrette are unique, delicious and exclusive to Ruby Tuesday.
Ruby Tuesday announced the menu update on their website and on Youtube (below).
“Ruby Tuesday has always been known for its Endless Garden Bar. More guests order the Garden Bar than any other item on the menu, and it’s a big reason why people come to dine with us,” said David Skena, chief marketing officer for Ruby Tuesday. “We have heard our guests and operators, learned and applied what our guests and operators have told us to ensure this new Endless Garden Bar – with more than 55 ingredients – provides everything guests want in a salad.”
In November of last year, Ruby Tuesday launched a new core menu designed to offer guests new, contemporary dining choices that feature high quality ingredients and intriguing flavor profiles. In addition to the Garden Bar, the menu includes four new, freshly prepared salads (BBQ Chicken Salad, Crispy Chicken Cobb Salad, Mediterranean Chicken Salad or Kale Caesar Salad) that can be served three ways (traditional, chopped or stuffed in a warm baguette).
Ruby Tuesday Free Appetizer offer
Also at Ruby Tuesday, get a coupon for a free appetizer when you sign up for their e-club.
Guests are encouraged to sign up for the company’s So Connected email club to receive a free appetizer, exclusive news, offers and a free burger on your birthday. For more information, including full menu offerings and restaurant locations, please visit www.rubytuesday.com or follow Ruby Tuesday on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @RubyTuesday.
The Company also offers a Kids Eat Free program every Tuesday night from 5 p.m. to close where guests can receive one free kid’s meal with the purchase of one adult entrée.
About Ruby Tuesday (from Wikipedia)
Ruby Tuesday Inc. (NYSE: RT) is an American multinational foodservice retailer that owns, operates, and franchises Ruby Tuesday restaurants. The concept was started in 1972 by Samuel E. (Sandy) Beall, III.
The corporation was formed in 1996 and is headquartered in Maryville, Tennessee. There are about 736 Ruby Tuesday locations worldwide.
The restaurant’s name was taken directly from The Rolling Stones song, “Ruby Tuesday”, which was popular during the time of the first restaurant’s inception.
Ruby Tuesday offers primarily American cuisine, including all-natural chicken, pasta, pork ribs, soups, steak, and seafood. However, the brand is still commonly recognized for their salad bar and hamburgers, which have been staples to the chain since its creation. All of the restaurants also offer a full bar that serves cocktails, beer, and wine.
The executive chef for the chain is Peter Glander, who is the former sous-chef at The Modern restaurant located inside of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. He is responsible for the addition of the “pretzel bun” to their menu, along with the removal of the brand’s long-standing dessert, the chocolate tallcake.