Who says you can’t enjoy affordable all-American dining anytime of the year? Not to be confused with the 1967 hit by The Rolling Stones, Ruby Tuesday is a recognizable restaurant chain that has recently expanded from being your typical “bar-and-grill” hangout for families, into a “high-quality dining experience.” At Ruby Tuesday, visitors can order handcrafted beverages and premier dishes without breaking the bank. Whether you prefer juicy burgers, gourmet pot pies, chicken fresco, or simply quiche, Ruby Tuesday is your ideal eatery where one can indulge in comfort food without dressing up for it. Located right in the heart of Times Square, Ruby Tuesday is a perfect spot for tourists to explore the bright lights of New York City, attend one of the many Broadway theatrical productions, or simply shop at one of the numerous brand-name boutiques nearby. However, it’s certain that many will stop by Ruby Tuesday to savor delectable drinks at the bar or satisfy their hunger by exploring their expanding appetizers and snacks menu. For New Year’s Eve, Ruby Tuesday will also serve as a one-stop place to party under the ball.
For the first time ever, Ruby Tuesday has agreed to open its doors for a special New Year’s Eve party where guests can celebrate just steps from the live ball drop. If you’re one of the many patrons wanting to honor 2010 with a large entourage, Ruby Tuesday provides several admission options for all your needs, including an Ultra VIP table for two, private seating, and after midnight admission. In addition, Ruby Tuesday has general admission passes, which includes entry to the five-hour premium open bar. For a night that’s sure to please and a venue that has one of the top ball drop views in Manhattan, make Ruby Tuesday your New Year’s destination.