Ruby Tuesday Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Ruby Tuesday Gluten-Free menu.

Ruby Tuesday Gluten-Free Menu 2019

Ruby Tuesday has a great selection of gluten-free food. They also provide a gluten-free bun and have modifications that can be made to assure that other options are safe to eat as well. Be aware that some food items may contain trace amounts of gluten due to them coming from a shared facility. Make sure to inform your server if you have a food allergy so they can help you out with their local restaurant menu as well. If your looking to avoid gluten, Ruby Tuesday does a good job of providing a lot of things to safely enjoy on their menu.

Garden Fresh Salads & Combinations

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits, and No Croutons

  • Create Your Own Garden Bar Toppings
    • Sliced tomatoes
    • Edamame
    • Green Peas
    • Diced Eggs
    • Parmesan Cheese
    • Bacon Bits
    • Diced Ham
    • Black Olives
  • Create Your Own Garden Bar Dressings
    • Thousand Island
    • Balsamic Vinaigrette
    • Zesty Italian
    • Ranch
    • Lite Ranch
    • Blue Cheese
    • Honey Mustard
    • Olive Oil & Vinegar
  • Grilled Chicken Salad (No Croutons)
  • Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (No Croutons) (Lunch Only, Monday–Friday until 3pm)
  • Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad (No Croutons)
  • Veggie Trio Combo (No Soup, refer to the Fresh Sides section below for gluten-free selections)
  • Overstuffed Taters (Fully Loaded Only, No Soup)

Seafood

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits

  • Blackened Tilapia
  • Coastal Trio (Without Lemon-Parmesan Crusting)
  • Grilled Salmon
  • Jumbo Skewered Shrimp
  • New Orleans Seafood (Without Parmesan Cream Sauce)

Chicken

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits

  • Chicken Fresco (Without Lemon-Butter Sauce)
  • Smoky Mountain Chicken

Steaks

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits

  • ‘Bella Mushroom Sirloin
  • New York Strip
  • Petite Sirloin
  • Petite Sirloin & Lobster Tail
  • Top Sirloin
  • Cajun Rib Eye
  • Rib Eye

Petite Plates

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits, Lunch Only, Monday–Friday until 3pm

  • Petite Blackened Tilapia
  • Sliced Sirloin

Ribs & Chops

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits

  • Half-Rack Baby-Back Ribs (Classic Barbecue, Texas Dusted, No Hickory Bourbon sauce)
  • Full-Rack Baby-Back Ribs (Classic Barbecue, Texas Dusted, No Hickory Bourbon sauce)

Fresh Sides

  • Fresh Grilled Zucchini
  • Fresh Steamed Broccoli
  • Fresh Green Beans
  • Fresh Grilled Asparagus
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Roasted Spaghetti Squash
  • Fresh Baked Potato
  • Loaded Baked Potato
  • Diced Apples (Kids Menu)
  • Grapes (Kids Menu)

Half-Pound Burger Baskets

Served with your choice of shredded lettuce, onion, tomato, and pickle chips

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits, No French Fries, Request Gluten-Free Bun

  • Ruby’s Classic Burger
  • Bacon Cheeseburger
  • Smokehouse Burger (No Onion Rings)
  • Triple Prime Burger
  • Triple Prime Cheeseburger
  • Triple Prime Bacon Cheddar Burger

Sandwiches

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits, No French Fries, Request Gluten-Free Bun

  • Avocado Turkey Burger
  • Avocado Grilled Chicken Sandwich

Kids Menu

No Garlic Cheese Biscuits, No French Fries

  • Beef Mini Burgers (No Bun)
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Kids Sundae (Chocolate or Strawberry)

Ruby Tuesday History

Ruby Tuesday is a fast food restaurant chain that was founded in 1972 by Sandy Beall. The first restaurant was located near the University of Tennessee. The company was formed based on a vision to create quality handcrafted food and drinks made from fresh ingredients and served by friendly, caring staff who are always passionate about their work. Beall dreamed about a restaurant that was casual in ambiance and comfortable to dine at. It was a concept that was unheard of during those days and Sandy, together with his team, had to create it from scratch by themselves.

The restaurant got its name from the famous Rolling Stones song “Ruby Tuesday”, which was a popular hit song during the time that the restaurant was being opened. Its name was suggested to Sandy Beall by Bob Hope. From that initial location that launched in the 1970’s, the restaurant has since grown to cover more than 800 restaurants found across the U.S. and the entire globe. Nowadays, it’s a large public food service company that’s fully independent and attracts customers by the thousands all around the world.

The company’s menu offers primarily American dishes, including pasta, all-natural chicken, soups, pork ribs, steak and seafood. Nevertheless, they are still popular for serving salad bar dishes and hamburgers which have been primary staples for the food chain since its inception. All restaurants also offer full bar service that includes cocktails, wine and beer. Recently, their wine menu was changed in 2011 to introduce what they commonly refer to as Cultivate Wines. There’s also a special menu available for those who place bulk takeout or catering orders. In 2012, Ruby Tuesday announced a partnership with ezCater to help improve the company’s catering sales revenue. As part of their commitment to keeping the menu fresh and exciting, the restaurant is always introducing new dishes to its menu.

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Summary

Ruby Tuesday has a great selection of gluten-free items on their menu. They also do a good job of providing either alternatives such as a gluten-free bun, or modifications that can be made to assure their food is safe to eat. They do say that there may be some cross contamination that can occur due to the ingredients coming from a shared facility, but if your just looking to avoid gluten in your diet, this is a great place to try!

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  1. A5vRuby Tuesday, staff doesn’t seem to understand how problematic it can be for someone who is allergic to wheat to avoid cross-contamination. Before ordering, I told the waitress of my allergy and when ordering, clearly said “no fries, I’ll have the salad bar instead”; when my meal was delivered with fries and I brought it to her attention, she said that it was okay. Since we were with a large group celebrating a friend’s birthday, I didn’t want to pursue it and further delay the process of everyone getting their meal. It was NOT ok, however, and I am still suffering the consequences 2 days later. I don’t avoid wheat + gluten as a “fad diet”. It would be greatly appreciated if it would be required of restaurants that claim to be able to accommodate people with food allergies to train and educate their staff. Although french fries themselves being potatoes aren’t made with wheat, if there is no dedicated fryer, they are fried in the same oil as flour coated foods and if prepackaged, wheat is sometimes an ingredient to keep them from sticking together.

    • Hey Alicia,
      I can definitely relate. I follow a gluten-free diet and not because of any fad. If I don’t, I’ll literally die. It’s so frustrating eating out at some of these restaurants that claim to have “gluen-free” options but they really don’t in reality.

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