EXPIRED Ruby Tuesday $3 Coupon

August 22, 2013        

Ruby Tuesday special

Ruby Tuesday has a coupon for $3 off their new Pretzel Burgers good through Sept. 8, 2013.  Get a Pretzel Burger plate with fries for $5.99 (regular price $8.99).

You can get your coupon from the Ruby Tuesday home page at http://www.rubytuesday.com/   Click “Claim Offer” and provide an email address and your coupon will be sent to you.  You can also get a coupon from the Ruby Tuesday Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/rubytuesday

Choose from 4  Pretzel burgers:

  • Spicy Jalapeno Pretzel Cheeseburger
  • Portabella Crispy Onion Pretzel Cheeseburger
  • Bacon Cheese Pretzel Burger
  • Black & Blue Pretzel Burger

All are served on a toasted pretzel bun with crispy fries.

About Ruby Tuesday (from Wikipedia)

ruby-tuesdayRuby 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 as a reincorporation of Morrison Restaurants Inc. They are headquartered in Maryville, Tennessee, and operate 850 locations worldwide between their various concepts.

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 wine menu was most recently changed in November 2011 to introduce what the brand is calling Cultivate Wines.

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.

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