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Ruby Tuesday

  1. Lawsuits
    Ruby Tuesday Accused of Underpaying ServersServers say they were required to do tons of side jobs for no tips.
  2. Gross
    Times Square on NYE Gets Even WorseDinner at Ruby Tuesday costs up to $1,699.
  3. Rants
    Ruby Tuesday Waiter Gets Stiffed by a Soldier, Insults Entire MilitaryNot surprisingly, he no longer has a job.
  4. Lawsuits
    Ruby Tuesday Sued for Gender Discrimination Against MenThe EEOC claims some cushy summer jobs were women-only.
  5. The Chain Gang
    Chain Restaurant’s Real Estate Worth More Than Their Crummy FoodProperty owned by Ruby Tuesday is now worth twice as much as the business itself.
  6. Coney Baloney
    City Rendering Imagines the Worst: Ruby’s Replaced by Ruby TuesdayCould it really happen?
  7. Mediavore
    L.A. County Restricts Foam Container Use; KFC Doubles Down on Co-Ed ButtsEnvironmentalists are pleased over new legislation, while the chicken chain’s unhealthy sandwich has a new marketing scheme.
  8. Mediavore
    Blatstein to Receive Upwards of $100 Million from the State for Hotels and OtherPlus Budweiser to give away free beer, and KFC advertises the Double Down on college students’ butts, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Mediavore
    Immigration Raid Targets San Diego Bakery Owner; Serpico Stopped for ConcealedA famous bakery owner is at the center of new federal immigration tactics, while a legendary cop is caught with produce.
  10. Mediavore
    Sam Adams Designs Beef Cut; Alfalfa Sprouts RecalledPlus: PETA amasses shares, and KFC gets a new slogan, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Mediavore
    McGinnis In at Philly Kitchen Share; Alfalfa Sprouts RecalledPlus: PETA amasses shares, and KFC gets a new slogan, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Mediavore
    Trump, Cipriani Group Eye Tavern on the Green; Serpico Busted for ConcealedPlus: the city’s best-looking waitstaffs, and PETA amasses shares, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Mediavore
    Mass. Hangs a Fine on Ruby Tuesday; Newton’s Panera ConcernsPlus: the world’s first school of molecular gastronomy, and the discontinuation of Tiger Focus, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Mediavore
    Padma Lakshmi Sells ‘Easy Exotic’ Line on HSN; Safran-Foer To Talk Turkey withPadma shills a new product for home shoppers and Martha Stewart plans to talk vegetarian diets with Eating Animals author.
  15. Mediavore
    Students Arrested for Food Fight; Kraft Takes Aim at CadburyPlus: Ruby Tuesday invests in their image, and the Thanksgiving authority wars, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Mediavore
    Selective Delivery on the UES; McDonald’s to Launch Dollar BreakfastPlus: an online turkey war, and a big spender in the clubs, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. Mediavore
    Plough & Stars Celebrates Anniversary; McDonald’s to Launch Dollar MenuPlus: a war for turkey supremacy, and the inevitable Chang blog, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. Mediavore
    Mediavore: Not Everyone Knows About Free LunchesPlus: RIP Oscar Meyer, Ruby Tuesday has a good week, the White House looks at egg safety.
  19. NewsFeed
    Ruby Tuesday Gives Up the Exploding-Restaurant GigIt turns out that Cheeky’s was a fake. Who knew?
  20. NewsFeed
    Ruby Tuesday Blows Up Wrong RestaurantOur vote? Viral-marketing attempt.
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    Vegan Dumplings at Rickshaw; Grand Street Gourmet ShuttersBrooklyn Heights feels the reverberations of an accused-con-man restaurant manager, and R&L restaurant sees another setback, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  22. NewsFeed
    Ruby Tuesday to Blow Itself Up for Our PleasureRuby Tuesday will blow up real good…we hope.
  23. Mediavore
    Studio B Tries to Get Cabaret License; Ruby Tuesday Denies Role inPlus how to make the perfect chocolate-chip cookies, the history of fried milk, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  24. NewsFeed
    The Shocking Secrets of Chain-Restaurant Calorie CountsAfter reviewing our findings, you may come to consider the Baconator, compared to certain other murderous burgers, a “healthy” option.
  25. Back of the House
    Chain Restaurants Are Where It’s At!Ed Levine, over at Serious Eats, raises a good point today in his spirited defense of Houston’s: Why is everyone so down on chain restaurants? Easy Ed basically recaps a good meal he had at Houston’s, but we actually think he could have gone a lot further. Essentially every restaurant should aspire to be a chain restaurant, and every restaurant does.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Rayuela Brings More Brunch to the LESDumbo/Fulton Ferry: Friday night at Rebar promises “free partial-nude drawing.” [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Simone on First Avenue is closed, but let’s pray not for good. [Down by the Hipster] Lower East Side: Rayuela has launched a weekend brunch with arepas and poached eggs, churros and Mayan chocolate, and guanabana mimosas plus live salsa music Sundays. [Grub Street] Midtown West: Just when you thought he’d had enough of the limelight, Rocco DiSpirito will be the guest chef tomorrow at the Condé Nast cafeteria. [Eater] Times Square: Ruby Tuesday will sidle up next to Red Lobster but may fare better with New York diners thanks to “fully upholstered chairs.” [Lost City] Williamsburg: New fro-yo destination /eks/ whips up fresh organic yogurt and incorporates recycling holes into its cartoon-covered walls. [Gridskipper]
  27. Click and Save
    New ‘Tenderloin District’; the Thai’s Bitchin’ in Hell’s KitchenThis week in the news you can use, you’ll find guides to everything from sports grub to beets, plus an argument for why size matters. • On the heels of Planet Thailand’s move to Chelsea, a roundup of chili-deploying joints in Hell’s Kitchen. [NYT] • Ravioli and pierogies with beets sexify the “sturdiest of root vegetables.” [NYDN] • Swear off Peter Luger after Alan Richman’s thrashing? Check out the new “tenderloin district” around Penn Station. [AMNY] • Grub for sports fans, including all-you-can-eat wings at Blondies. That’s right — they went there. [AMNY] • Size does matter: gems like the Little Owl versus trendy juggernauts (hello, Hawaiian Tropic Zone). [MUG] • We’re also psyched about Ruby Tuesday: Chains like Japan’s grill-it-yourself-joint Gyu-Kaku and tofu-cheesecake purveyor Kyotofu to take Manhattan. [TONY]
  28. NewsFeed
    Restaurant Chain to Culturally Cheapen NYC, Finally If you’re like us, you’ve long awaited the 10,000 square feet of pure, unadulterated Ruby Tuesday slated to land in Times Square come April 2007. But you’re probably not like us. Since the restaurant will be an outpost of the kind of generic, corporate family chain to which New Yorkers are said to be most averse, the place is bound to take its lumps next year. But there’s a good reason we’re soft on these cheery mega-eateries.