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American diner Ruby Tuesday to open in Brewery Cheltenham

By This is Gloucestershire  |  Posted: May 16, 2012

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A NEW American restaurant is opening in The Brewery in Cheltenham.

Promising "fresh American dining" the new branch of Ruby Tuesday will only be the second one to open in the UK.

The restaurant concept has taken a 4500 sq ft unit in the centre of the development, opening in June this year.

Hannah King from The Brewery said: “We are really excited about Ruby Tuesday joining us here at The Brewery. It complements what we already offer and is a great new choice for friends and families to meet for lunch or dinner. It’s great that The Brewery was chosen for such an important step in the company’s British franchise development.”

Stephen Mayo, Operations Director for Ruby Tuesday UK said: “We are delighted to open our second UK restaurant in Cheltenham, and we look forward to welcoming guests soon to sample our great service, outstanding value for money and unique dining experience.”

Already established in Cardiff, Ruby Tuesday is named after the Rolling Stones song of the same name.

It all started in 1972 with a branch in Nashville, Tennessee USA.

Now there are over 800 locations worldwide.

The menu includes specialities such as tender ribs, fresh seafood, pasta and cocktails.

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  • Alphonso2  |  May 18 2012, 9:21AM

    A burger bar; that's exciting

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  • Echob1tch  |  May 17 2012, 5:31PM

    That menu looks expensive and pretty average to me. Wow, a 9oz steak ! Handcrafted as well!

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  • CaptCX  |  May 17 2012, 4:39PM

    Nib-Nobs & CharlesM1 - You're absolutely spot on chaps!! Sometimes, you want to go where everybody knows your name - and they're always glad you came - you wanna be where you can see - our troubles are all the same - You wanna be where everyone knows your name. Has anyone seen Norm?

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  • outnobout  |  May 17 2012, 3:48PM

    Gotta be seen in a yank place its the best .....they won the war by themselves I saw it in a film, LOL

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  • NibNobs  |  May 17 2012, 2:16PM

    charlesm, Yes, what a lovely bunch of customers in the picture, food handed over from the very tidy bar, no queues or grumpy people waiting to be served or quibbling their huge bill, a good ethnic mix of people, all good & successful looking - I reckon they all drive nearly-new Porsches with personalised number plates indicating their fine careers such as.... 'BANKER 1'.

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  • halfdome1  |  May 17 2012, 1:59PM

    Doesn't appeal to me, but better than a unit sitting there empty?

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  • charlesm1  |  May 17 2012, 1:45PM

    I just wish I was amongst those guys and gals in the photo, it looks real swell doesn't it? Its great when they use real life images of customers and staff like that rather than stock photos.

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  • Booya666  |  May 17 2012, 1:17PM

    I love the look of the triple burger - but really expensive for a burger and there is no 'all you can eat' menu it seems?? When you think a bargain bucket is only a tenner and this is only one burger - I reckon better sticking to the Iceland ones and eat at home. Apparently there is a new freestanding hotdog and pork in a bap stall setting up on the corner by Primark - bring it on!

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  • JayT84  |  May 17 2012, 12:48PM

    Here is the menu from the cardiff branch, I would imagine it would be the same food/prices etc ? http://tinyurl.com/78dj8bk

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  • outnobout  |  May 17 2012, 12:19PM

    I can remember when there was restaurants and cafes and a Wimpey bar NO B.K.KFC McDs not much litter as well.

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