This is the right place for the Ruth’s Chris Steak House® menu with prices. Ruth’s Chris serves classically prepared American foods with a focus on steaks and seafood served in an upscale environment.
Ruth’s Chris offers a special dinner experience perfect for romantic dinners, and high end business engagements. A full selection of wines and expertly prepared cocktails completes the elegant atmosphere and classically arranged dishes.
Below are some recommendations along with the complete menu with prices.
Prices may vary by location. Consult your location's menu & your server for exact pricing.
Appetizers & Soups
|Mushrooms Stuffed with Crabmeat||$13.00|
|Veal Osso Buco Ravioli||$14.00|
|Seared Ahi Tuna||$14.00|
|Sizzling Blue Crab Cakes||$18.00|
|Louisiana Seafood Gumbo||$8.75|
|Steak House Salad||$7.50|
|Sliced Tomato and Onion||$9.50|
|Tomato & Mozzarella Salad||$14.00|
|Ruth's Chop Salad||$9.50|
Signature Steaks & Chops
|Porterhouse for Two||$87.00|
|New York Strip||$44.00|
|Tournedos and Shrimp||$39.00|
Seafood & Specialty Entrees
|Stuffed Chicken Breast||$24.00|
|Shrimp & Grits||$29.00|
|Personalized Potato & Vegetable Selection||$21.00|
|Fresh Lobster||Market Price|
|Blue Cheese Crust||$4.00|
|Béarnaise or Hollandaise Sauces||$3.00|
|Sweet Potato Casserole||$8.50|
|Spinach Au Gratin||$9.00|
|Fried Onion Rings||$8.00|
|Broccoli Au Gratin||$8.50|
|Fresh Asparagus with Hollandaise||$9.00|
Popular Menu Items
You can rest assured that your meal at Ruth’s Chris will be expertly prepared and served by a professional and helpful staff. If you are not a wine aficionado, be sure to ask your server for an excellent recommendation to help you and your companions make the most of this special meal.
The menu is focused on great steaks and fresh seafood. However, if you seek lighter fare you will want to review the excellent entrée salads and gourmet soups. There are also several vegetarian options throughout the menu.
Below are some customer favorites followed by the full menu with prices.
Sizzling Blue Crab Cakes
This delicately flavored appetizer offers a bold presentation with hot sizzling lemon butter served tableside.
It combines both elegance and perfect execution, with two tender lump crab meat cakes pan seared for a crisp exterior and a soft interior. $18.00.
Ruth’s Chop Salad
If you are looking for one of the critically acclaimed dishes on the menu that satisfies your need for lighter fare, consider this long time customer favorite.
Iceberg lettuce, baby spinach and radicchio are julienned and join mushrooms, red onion, green olives, hard boiled eggs, crisp bacon and hearts of palm. Bleu cheese crumbles add creaminess and house made croutons add crunch.
The Lemon Basil dressing is sublime with this entrée salad. $9.50.
Porterhouse for Two
If you are planning a romantic dinner, here is an option that is fun to share. It comes with a 40-ounce porterhouse steak made with prime USDA beef and your choice of side dishes.
Ruth’s Chris is famous for fantastic and flavorful steaks so why not make your next romantic meal an event to remember? $87.00.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House is famous for this tender and perfectly prepared filet of lean Midwestern beef.
This dish features an 11-ounce filet of beef, cooked to order and paired with two side dishes of your choice.
We recommend the Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Potatoes Au Gratin as the perfect sides to accompany this decadent entrée selection. $40.00.
Stuffed Chicken Breast
A longtime favorite from the menu, this free-range natural chicken is oven roasted and stuffed with an herb cheese infused with garlic and basted with lemon butter.
It is fantastic with the Sweet Potato Casserole and Grilled Asparagus. $24.00.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House History
The original Chris Steak House, which would later become the first Ruth’s Chris Steak House, was opened by founder Chris Matulich in 1927 in New Orleans.
The restaurant was not terribly successful, but due to its location near the New Orleans Fairgrounds Racetrack, it held on for 38 years of successive ownership changes (Matulich himself owned the restaurant several times).
In 1965 the restaurant was purchased by Ruth Fertel. Fertel turned the restaurant around using family recipes and high quality ingredients. It was an early success and soon became a restaurant known for local celebrities such as Fats Domino, as well as political movers and shakers.
The name officially changed to Ruth’s Chris Steak House in 1976. The first franchise opened in 1977 in Baton Rouge, opened by loyal customer Thomas J. Moran. A total of 66 more franchise locations opened over the next two decades.
The company was sold to Madison Dearborn Partners of Chicago in 1999 and went public in 2005. As of 2016 there are over 130 locations across the United States.