301 Severn Avenue, Annapolis, MD | Directions 2140338.972066 -76.481691
Lounge at 4pm daily; M-Th 5-10pm; Fri-Sat 5-11; Sun 4-9pm
Great food and service – I've been for several special occasions and each time they never fail to impress. Food is always great. Last time I went the service took a lot longer than I would have liked, but the staff overall are very friendly, and I am guessing that was hopefully an isolated incident. Obvioulsy they are a bit pricey, but you expect that. Overall I would recommend.
Mediocre – Food is barely okay. There was grissle on my veal chop. Others at the table liked their filets. However, we had reservations during the very busy boat show weekend and they sat the 4 of us in an intimate room with a table of 12 drunks. Couldn't even hear what the waiter was telling us. Other tables of 4 asked to be moved and we should have done the same thing. We couldn't even hear each other across the table. Manager gave us a (one) piece of cake for our trouble. He must have known it was a bad experience, because we didn't say anything to him and he did it anyway. Awful memory. I would never go back to the Annapolis location. So how do you think they treat those who don't have a reservation??!!
Don't order the Ribeye.. a tasteless piece of meat for $40. – Went to Ruth Chris to celebrate my anniversary. Wife had filet steak, I had the ribeye steak.
Her steak was great. The ribeye was horrible. tasteless. For $40 you could you could get a better piece of meat that at least tasted like something. Spoke with the waitress, and the manager never even came to hear of my opinion. Guess they don't care!!!
More detail. The ribeye just tasted worse than a cheap steak. There was some grissle on it as well.. I had to chew it slowly so that I didn't get a string of grissle.
Sophisticated American chain serves up corn-fed USDA prime cuts and New Orleans-style appetizers and sides. – In Short
This offshoot of a popular New Orleans hangout for politicians features decor of dark woods and comfortable booths, with a separate bar scene. Choice cuts of custom-aged beef arrive in sizzling butter on 500-degree plates. The menu also offers chicken, pork and seafood entrees along with Creole appetizers like shrimp remoulade. Family-style sides include gargantuan onion rings, creamed spinach and various styles of potatoes. Traditional homemade desserts like cheesecake and bread pudding conclude the meal.
Not Your Average Ruth Chris Steak House – I have dined at many RCSH and never had a meal as good as the one in Annapolis. I believe this restaurant is franchised which may explain the difference. I know people who come to Annapolis for weekends and make this steakhouse ther first visit. Great atmospher, service and of course there is the steak. Dinner for two with a couple glasses of wine and tip $120-$135.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Ruth's Chris Steak House on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.