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A Prime Time Pairing

Story By: Nicole Monton | Photos by: Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Summer has been busy for Ruth’s Chris Steak House, especially since relaunching dine-in service, but general manager Don Asam wouldn’t have it any other way. “We’ve been open now for about six weeks, and some people have come back maybe four or five times already,” he shares. “Our regulars are coming back strong for us. It’s like welcoming old friends.”

Known for its excellent customer service and beautiful decor, Ruth’s Chris Steak House remains the premier locale for fine-dining. But what sets the Waterfront Plaza and Waikiki restaurants apart are the top-quality ingredients and skillful preparations.

The Porterhouse for Two is a remarkable (and hearty) dish that features 40 ounces of bone-in steak — one side is the New York and the other features a filet.

“It’s a great item to share … or if you’re hungry eat the whole thing,” Asam jokes.

Or, indulge in the 22-ounce bone-in Cowboy Ribeye and experience what makes USDA Prime the best.

“When it’s cooked on the bone, it adds more flavor,” Asam explains. “And all of our meat is USDA Prime, which means it represents the highest quality beef on the market.”

 

For more information check out our  Dining In feature