We started off the evening with a perfectly dirty martini.
Then followed that up with carpaccio that is to die for. Ruth's serves with a garlic aioli, torn romaine, shaved Parmesan, and garlic crostini toast. The thinly sliced tenderloin just melts in your mouth.
I also ordered a sampler of oysters on the half shell. Good eats here.
The main course were perfectly rare (and mooing) ribeyes.
For dessert, we ordered the bread pudding that came with a message.
Our waitress, Kim, was top notch. Just what you would expect from a high end steakhouse.
Is a steakhouse old school? Perhaps. Is it pricey? A bit. Is it worth it? Absolutely.
Happy Anniversary Hope. I love you.