Jeff Ruby Is Pulling Out All the Stops for His Nashville Steakhouse

Credit: Bruce Crippen, Courtesy of Cincinnati Business Courier

Credit: Bruce Crippen, Courtesy of Cincinnati Business Courier

Country music is woven into most things in Nashville. And when it’s not the driving force, it certainly is a supporting element. Hosting a ton of live music performances, such can be said for the city’s restaurant scene.

But Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby has bigger plans for his 10,000-square-foot eponymous steakhouse, which is set to open in Nashville’s UBS Tower with a date TBD (there have been talks of Winter 2015).

“The music is more a part of the dining experience in our restaurant than any other fine dining restaurant in America,” Ruby told the Cincinnati Business Courier.

So, what added value will make Ruby’s steakhouse a standout? From a 1920s Art Deco design to a 10-foot sushi bar and a musicians-only elevator in the dining room, Ruby is pulling out all the stops. 

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