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For the first time since Ruby Tuesday has opened its doors at the Times Square location, the establishment will open its doors on New Year’s Eve to welcome the arrival of 2011. Located only two blocks south of the ball drop, Ruby Tuesday is within steps from the world famous symbol. But why walk there when you can get the amazing view right from your seat at Ruby Tuesday?
The restaurant chain is renowned for the neighborhood restaurant feeling that it evokes to visitors and the casual dining experience that it provides. Anyone searching for a no frills and laid-back New Year’s Eve celebration should head over to Ruby Tuesday. While the venue itself is simple, don’t expect anything short of a memorable and unforgettable New Year’s Eve experience. Besides offering a breathtaking view of the ball drop, Ruby Tuesday’s general admission ticket offers two hours of passed hors d’oeuvres and five hours of open bar beginning at 9PM, and a champagne toast for you and those around you at midnight. Couples can rejoice in 2011 by purchasing the Private VIP table for 2, which includes all of the general admission amenities in addition to a private reserved table for two lasting the entire night, one bottle of champagne, one bottle of wine or one bucket of beer (depending on your choice), five hours of premium open bar, a platter of food from Ruby Tuesday’s Signature Appetizer Menu, and admission starting at 8PM as opposed to 9PM.
Anyone expecting to be in the Times Square area and looking for a great meal purchase the Ruby Tuesday pre-fixe dinner ticket to feast on a two hour sit down dinner beginning at 5PM. For those that want to continue on the party at Ruby Tuesday, a separate general admission ticket will need to be purchased. Great food, fun drinks, amazing people…all in Ruby Tuesday Times Square on New Year’s Eve this 2011? Who could ask for more?