Ruth’s Chris Uptown Opening Fall of 2015

ruths chrisby Steven Doyle

Regional Chef, Tony Gale, has been selected as General Manager of the new Ruth’s Chris location scheduled to open this fall at 1900 Cedar Springs Road(at Harwood)  in the bustling Uptown District of Dallas.

Tony’s career with Ruth’s Chris began 16 years ago in his home town of New Orleans working as Sous Chef for Ruth’s Chris Founder, Ruth Fertel, at the original flagship location on North Broad Street. His enthusiasm and dedication led him to become the Executive Chef in New Orleans and Dallas and most recently as corporate regional chef overseeing the Central United States.  

Tony’s love for Dallas and the arrival of his second child has made it an easy decision for Tony to bring his culinary passion and leadership skills to his newest position as General Manager of the Uptown Dallas restaurant.

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“We selected the Uptown District of Dallas for our newest location due to the high density of urban living. This, along with a strong hotel and business presence, provide a natural audience of people who enjoy our brand. We’re also excited to be located on the ground floor of The Miro, a luxury high rise residential complex,” said Mike Connelly, Regional Vice President of Ruth’s Hospitality Group, Inc.

Ruth’s Chris is known for their signature prime steaks served sizzling on 500° plates. New items such as the crab stack appetizer, colossal seafood tower, roasted Brussels sprouts, lobster mac ‘n’ cheese and signature cuts of beef like the impressive 40 ounce Tomahawk Ribeye and the bone-in New York Strip will be making their Dallas debut.

Look for the new Ruth’s Chris Uptown to open in Fall of 2015. They will be hiring 100 employees.

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