“Goodbye Ruby Tuesday/Who could hang a name on you…”
Sorry. Wrong Ruby Tuesday. The casual fast food restaurant has 540 locations across the US, Central America, the Middle East, Iceland, and Hong Kong. That’s great news if you’re traveling and need to find somewhere that offers various dietary options (and maybe if you want something familiar while traveling). Since discovering this information, we’ve ordered from Ruby Tuesday several times (Ruby TueGo Online Ordering is a nifty option that we always use).
If you’re curious about what options you can find at Ruby Tuesday, utilize their Allergen & Lifestyle Menu. You’re able to select multiple options (milk, eggs, peanuts, soy, etc.) at once if needed. From there, the menu comes up and you can choose from Lunch & Dinner Menu, Fit & Trim, Featured Items, Kids, and Fresh Garden Bar. After choosing a specific section, you are taken to even more options and can find more specific menu items.Did you know that @RubyTuesday has an interactive menu for patrons with allergens? Click To Tweet
Nikki orders the Grilled Chicken Sandwich with shredded lettuce and a gluten-free bun. She’s ordered fries with them every time. According to the Nutrition FAQ, their food is cooked in “trans-fat-free soybean oil”. To Nikki’s recollection, their food hasn’t ever given her a problem. FYI: Nikki says that their gluten-free bun is one of the few that she likes.
Avert your eyes if you don’t want to look at #foodporn containing gluten, soy, & dairy.
Bacon. Cheeseburger. Goodness.
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