Ruth’s Chris Steak House has been a fixture of downtown mpls since 1992, with other locations spread across the globe since 1965.

2017 represents the dawning of a new era for Ruth’s Chris in mpls.

25 years after they initially opened, Ruth’s Chris Steak House has gotten a facelift that customers are sure to appreciate. The renovation saw a complete remodel of the bar and lobby, as well as a remodel of the entire dining room. In their first renovation since they opened, they did not close for business at all during the process. The restaurant invested $1 million into the project.

“Guests will immediately notice a more modern look to the restaurant,” said General Manager Gena Cadman. “Artwork featuring local architecture of Minneapolis landmarks throughout the city, including a beloved large print of Prince at Wembley Stadium from his 1995-96 tour.”

Ruth’s Chris features custom-aged, USDA Prime steaks. They also offer complimentary valet parking to guests, a testament to their hospitality.

“We now have large white moon booths and large modern light fixtures,” Cadman said. “Guests will of course experience the same delicious steaks and genuine hospitality as they are used to.”

Ruth’s Chris’ renovation mirrors the transformation that downtown mpls is experiencing. The Target Center reopened on October 16 after a multi-year renovation, while the construction on Nicollet Mall wraps up on November 15. All of these changes help create a more vibrant atmosphere in downtown mpls, something that the new-and-improved Ruth’s Chris is looking forward to.

“Minneapolis has a great downtown vibe,” Cadman remarked. “My personal favorite has been the greening of the city. The mpls downtown council’s work throughout the city has been incredibly beneficial to all downtown businesses. I hear all the time how clean our city is and that is from the hard work of the council.”

“Another favorite would have to be the work being done on Nicollet,” Cadman continued. “That area will be absolutely beautiful and will attract people to the city and entice them to explore the city as well. More and more people are traveling to Minneapolis, it’s a real destination spot all around the world.”