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Ruby's Cafe
Today 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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219 Mulberry St New York, NY 10012
219 Mulberry StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$Restaurant, CafeToday 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 12:00 AMSunday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PMMonday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PMFriday 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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Petite, cash-only Australian cafe luring a stylish crowd with breakfast & beet-topped burgers.- Google
"Sweet chilli version is not too sweet, just perfect Balance."
"Teensy, cute little cafe on an excellent block in Nolita."
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Landon Thames
3 weeks ago
I am SO grateful for this place. With a Starbucks on every corner it is amazing to have an independently owned and operated alternative that is so damn good. Not only is the coffee top notch, the food is fantastic as well, I find myself eating at Ruby's Cafe more and more. I do wish they had better hours though, wish they would open at 7 on the weekends and close later across the board. Besides that though, The ambiance is perfect, the people awesome, the product is pristine. Absolutely recommended
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Joe McKinney
3 months ago
Overpriced ripoff..... they charged $4-$4.50 for regular drinks (tea, lemonade, etc). They got my son's order wrong and since they never came by to check on us until it was time to pay, we ended up paying for something no one ate. Food was okay, not great. We have a family of 4 and the bill was $63 with only 3 of us eating and no one drinking alcohol. If that's not overpriced for a burger joint, then I don't know what is.......
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Nathaniel Chan
4 months ago
Excellent food, the burger is one of the best in NYC, and the pastas are great too. Very relaxed place that's refreshing from the typical NYC restaurant.
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Lori Luo
7 months ago
Any burger lover in the vicinity of New York City will have heard of Ruby's, a small, cash-only eatery in the heart of SoHo. I came with a larger group of friends one night, all of us looking forward to trying their signature burger: the Bronte. It's pretty unique in construction, given the bread used. a substantial ciabatta roll cut lengthwise, and the choice to marinate the beef patty in a sweet-chili sauce prior to cooking, which gets topped off with lettuce, tomato, cheese, and a dab of mayonnaise prior to serving. The main criticism I have for the Bronte is how overwhelmingly sweet it was. Admittedly, the description on the menu included "sweet", but this was a case when the sweet overpowered the savory elements of the burger. I was also disappointed to find that even though I had requested it to be cooked to a medium, it was served pretty much well-done. Perhaps I came on an off-night, but there's certainly better burgers to be found.
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Pinky Chan
2 months ago
Ruby's has it's own flair. The awesome homey decor makes it seem like you just stepped into someone's posh patio with the wooden tables and benches. We were sat right next to the bathroom and I was concerned of the "smells" haha but actually it wasn't that terrible - just a bit cramped is all. The bench made me self-conscious about my weight because it kept creaking when I moved around..oops! However, forget the dieting or anything when you come to Ruby's because the food is beyond words. The bronte burger especially was a special treat - I was surprised it could give me new taste for burgers. Sometimes I think, how special can a burger be, and then I am like wow... whatttt!! These new flavors of the chili and the soft bread worked so well together. We also tried some of the ragu spaghetti which was not as impressive, but just on the satisfactory side of things. The sauce for the pasta tasted more like a Wendy's chili with a bit more kick to it - eh! The truffle fries were on point as well with enough crisp to bite and was super fragrant with the truffle oil. Will come back for that dang good burger!!
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carolyn scott
2 months ago
They do take CCs. The burgers ARE GREAT! Done medium= pink in middle. Sweet chilli version is not too sweet, just perfect Balance. $20 for gourmet cheeseburger fries & iced tea in NYC = bargain.
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Brittany Belo
4 months ago
Overall I loved the food and the atmosphere. The prices are very fair as well. HOWEVER, the service from our waitress was very poor. It was also very apparent that she was rude toward my particular party, and only us. I will not go into further detail, but I would like to see that changed on my next visit. This was very dissapointing
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Jan Kvasnicka
4 months ago
Had the whaleys burger... Possibly one of the best burgers I've had. Coffee was really good without being great but it was the only thing I could think of faulting if I really put my mind to it.