Jeff Ruby's Precinct has been named as one of the nation's top steakhouses in the March edition of Travel + Leisure Magazine.
The Precinct, located in Columbia-Tusculum, opened in 1981. The steakhouse is the longest, continually running white tablecloth restaurant in the city.
"This Cincy landmark, located in a former police patrol house, is a favorite of bigwigs, sports stars, and visiting celebs," the magazine says. "A 19th-century Brunswick bar, reclaimed saloon doors, and vintage barber chairs set the stage for USDA prime steaks topped with sauces like béarnaise, brandy cream, and mushroom bordelaise and served with house-made bread, salad, and baked potatoes—plus tableside fettuccine Alfredo and bananas foster."
The Precinct joins prestigious restaurants such as Wolfgang Puck's Cut restaurant in Beverly Hills, Bern's Steakhouse in Tampa, Peter Luger in Brooklyn and Gibson's Bar and Steakhouse in Chicago on the magazine's list of top 30 U.S. steakhouses.
The Precinct has also been named one of America's Top 10 Steakhouses by USA Today and Gayot.com.
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