Ruby Tuesday Completes Charlotte-Area Restaurant Remodels

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Include a new and expanded Endless Garden Bar and updated exteriors and interiors

Ruby Tuesday (NYSE:RT) today reports it has finished the redesigns of every one of the seven eateries in the Charlotte, N.C. region. The eateries have experienced upgrades to better mirror the Company's concentrate on crisp fixings and bid to today's visitors. The new update includes another look and feel on both the outside and inside of each of the eateries.

The recently revamped eateries offer visitors an upgraded lounge area that makes an energetic and inviting environment. New decorations and installations make for light and splendid insides that grandstand nearby fine art and the brand's mark Endless Garden Bar, which is a foundation of the Ruby Tuesday feasting background.

"At Ruby Tuesday, giving an excellent eating background to our visitors is our main need, and that incorporates both the nature of our nourishment and the earth of our eateries," said David Skena, head advertising officer at Ruby Tuesday. "Our new, new look is illustrative of the many strides we have as of late taken toward enhancing the visitor encounter, and we're excited that the environment of our recently redesigned Charlotte region eateries is currently comparable to our new menu offerings. We are eager to welcome the Charlotte people group into our eateries to make the most of our new Endless Garden Bar and crisp eating environment."

The extended Endless Garden Bar now incorporates more than 55 new fixings, almost multiplying the assortment and choice of the brand's earlier advertising. Offerings incorporate destroyed kale, slashed romaine, artichoke hearts, simmered corn and edamame close by enduring top picks, for example, diced cucumbers and onions, cut child 'bella mushrooms, diced eggs, disintegrated feta and cleaved bacon. To take the new Endless Garden Bar to another level, Ruby Tuesday now offers eight dressings made in-house with crisp fixings.

Upgraded and as of late redesigned Ruby Tuesday eateries in the Charlotte range are situated at:

1410 Old Springdale Road, Rock Hill, S.C. 29730

8905 Red Oak Blvd, Charlotte, N.C. 28217

12330 Johnston Road, Charlotte, N.C. 28277

1821 US Highway 70 SE, Hickory, N.C. 28602

424 Cox Road, Gastonia, N.C. 28054

2461 Wonder Drive NE, Kannapolis, N.C. 28083

7780 Lyles Lane NW, Concord, N.C. 28027

Visitors are urged to agree to accept the Company's So Connected email club to get a free hors d'oeuvre, select news, offers and a free burger on your birthday.

About Ruby Tuesday, Inc.

Ruby Tuesday, Inc. possesses and establishments Ruby Tuesday mark eateries. As of November 29, 2016, there were 613 Ruby Tuesday eateries in 42 states, 14 outside nations, and Guam. Of those eateries, we claimed and worked 546 Ruby Tuesday eateries and diversified 67 Ruby Tuesday eateries, involved 18 residential and 49 worldwide eateries. Our Company-claimed and worked eateries are gathered essentially in the Southeast, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest of the United States, which we consider to be our center markets.

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