Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Ruby Tuesday

Red looks so good on a background of white snow. 


There wasn't so much white the day we found this little restaurant downtown.  It had a great painted signboard and, of course, my first thought was 'Ruby Tuesday!'

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12 comments:

EG Wow said...

OH! I hope the food is good! :))

Ginny said...

What a name for a restaraunt!! Have you tried it? Is it mostly bacon and pork, or is the name just fanciful? I HOPE the name refers to the food they serve and not the customers!

Rudee said...

I hope the served a good pulled pork sammie.

Robin said...

What a funny name for a restaurant. I wonder how the food is.

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Linnea said...

It's perfect for Ruby Tuesday! I wonder how the food is...Thanks for stopping by at mine.

EmptyNester said...

LOL LOVE it!

Angie said...

Looks swish! Love the name & the pic

Gill - That British Woman said...

I too love that name, have you eaten in that restaurant?

Gill

Ann said...

roasted pork on the menu?

April said...

What a great sign. It's a name you wouldn't forget. What's on the menu - ha, ha. Nice street scene, too.

cindy said...

Different, I would expect that a name is significantly to the establishment. So are the guests, kind of gives me an over stuffed feeling. HOwever, on our road trip "I have to share this with you", we came across a billboard for a restaurant and the slogan was, "I get my crabs from dirty Dick's." Dirty Dicks was the name of the seafood restaurant and like I was saying if you have a catchy name it will never be forgotten.

Mimi said...

Lovely sign, i bet they serve great food.
Isn't it funny how Ruby Tuesday changes how you look at your surroundings!

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