1940s-style diner chain serves comfort food classics to patrons with a craving for nostalgia..
In 1982, businessman Doug Cavanaugh opened the first Ruby's in Southern California's Newport Beach, naming it after his mother. Today, this nationwide chain--adorned with red vinyl booths, Formica tables, soda fountains and retro posters--features the same timeless food and hospitality that keep diners coming back. Favorites are the classic burgers topped with secret RubySauce, fries and sweet shakes. Other staples include pancakes, omelettes, sandwiches, chili, salads and a variety of fountain treats.
Great food, exemplary service.. Having just suffered the devastating loss of a long-time family pet, my mother and I took the day off and road-tripped from Seattle to Woodinville to go to Molbaks for some retail therapy. By the time we were done, we were quite hungry and wanted some good ol' comfort food; luckily, we found Ruby's Diner right across the street. The manager Andy was friendly and attentive and the food was delicious and moderately priced. The seating was comfortable, there wasn't a huge crowd to deal with and it was exactly what we needed. Mom loved her Aloha burger and zucchini and I decided to be brave and went for the Hickory burger with onion rings. We were both incredibly pleased wth the quality of the food (you can also get your burger with ground turkey instead of beef or even a veggie burger) and would go back anytime we are in the area.
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