Ruby Tuesday Corporate Office

Ruby Tuesday Corporate Office Address

Ruby Tuesday, Inc.
150 W Church Ave
Maryville, TN 37801

Contact Ruby Tuesday

Phone Number: (865) 379-5700
Fax Number: (865) 379-6826
Email: Email Ruby Tuesday


CEO: Samuel E. Beall III
CFO: Michael O. Moore
COO: Kimberly M. Grant

Ruby Tuesday History

The first Ruby Tuesday was opened in 1972 by Sandy Beall near the University of Tennessee at Knoxville campus.  The chain opened a new store every 9 months for the next 10 years.

In 1982, Beall sold the company to Morrison Inc. for $15 million.

By 1985, there were 35 locations.

In 1996, Morrison spun Ruby Tuesday off as its own division with headquarters in Mobile, Alabama.

In 1998, the Ruby Tuesday corporate office was moved from Mobile, AL to Maryville, TN.

The company currently operates 850+ locations worldwide.


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Glenna Gall February 24, 2015 at 4:26 pm

My two girlfriends and I went to our local Ruby Tuesday’s in Austintown, Ohio today. The service was fine and the food was good, but whomever in the corporate office who decreed that we could only use ONE coupon per table as we had three in our party should be shot. What is the difference between 3 people or 6 to use the coupons? I think it is unfair and petty that you would only cater to large groups when a vast majority who dine at your establishment are in smaller groups. Furthermore, what is the use of having coupons if you can’t use them? My girlfriends and I are completely disgusted, and we have decided that we will not be coming to your restaurant any further. Also, we will be contacting our friends as they also enjoy using the coupons, too. What a waste. I sincerely hope that you rethink your decision.


Stephen McCaffrey February 22, 2015 at 1:19 pm

I want to provide some feedback regarding hoe one of your restaurants are treating cudtomers. I’m talking about the Ruby Tuesday at 4600 Devine Street columbia SC. I am s regular customer there. Until last night 2/21/15. I went there wanting s steak I went to the bar and sat down. Approx 7pm. There was only one person sitting at the bar as I sat down. I waited and waited and waited for any employee to speak to me. I saw 2 employees in that area. Thy totally ignored me. I got up and left. It really effected me do I immediiately called to speak with s mgr. I had to hold the phone for 15 minutes for the mgr to come to yhf phone. He said his name was Daniel. I told him what happened. He was not concerned about my experience at all. He was not nice and tried to tell me the bar was full. No way that was possible. So I just got off the phone and went to eat my steak somewhere else. I will not be back to eat at any Ruby Tuesdays. Thank you very much. Businesses exist because of customers, not in spite of them.


Tim Hand February 20, 2015 at 2:07 pm

Just curious as to why i haven’t recieved my pay for training unless yall don’t pay i left cause i was supposed to be training as a cook instead it was the dishwasher they put me as now i understand he said he would take me off of that but i was soak and wet and wasn’t gonna do salad bar but its ok not mad just wondering


Martin Simmons February 16, 2015 at 7:49 pm

I was informed today at the Pensacola Ruby Tuesdays that you no longer offer the Sam Adams draft beer glasses. I will no longer patronize your restaurants if this is the case.


Shaunda chambers February 11, 2015 at 7:52 am

Extremely disappointed! Iast week I had a mother daughter day, so I asked my daughter were would she like to go, and right away she said Ruby Tuesday. So we went to the one in Westfarms Mall, in West Hartford, CT. I ordered the seafood trio, with rice, and onion rings. Everything was so over cooked on my plate, the only thing I could eat, was the rice. IAM not one to complain, but this time I was so upset, the shrimp was over cooked, the talapia was burnt and the lobster tail was over cooked and dry. Although the customer service was great, I was highly dissapointed with my food. I spent over 50.00$ and didn’t get to enjoy my meal with my daughter.


Grace February 9, 2015 at 6:30 pm

We received the worst service today at Ruby Tuesday in Prattville, AL. (Store 4422).
We stood at the door and was passed by twice, along with other patrons by the host,before he directed us to tables.
We waited ten minutes to even have a waiter take our drink orders.
While waiting there were two tables of patrons who had obviously received poor service and were being treated with plenty of acknowledgment from the mgr and staff as well as being given discounts on their bills.
Meanwhile, the other tables (including ours) were ignored.
We also waited for fifteen minutes to receive our bill.
The restaurant was not overly crowded and had staff, but the staff repeatedly walked by tables without acknowledging the customers.
Something needs to be done. I
We have dined here previously and have enjoyed it until today.
We were not the only patrons to complain, so I’m sure there will be a loss of business at this location.


luz padilla February 5, 2015 at 4:54 am

just want to say i live in nj and i want to know when or will you ever bring back the spring rolls… miss. Them so much. needs to come back on the menu


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Wayne January 31, 2015 at 11:40 pm

The Ruby Tuesday at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Sanatoga has really gone sour for my wife, our friends & I.
Gone are the Italian Wedding Cake, the asparagus, the real fruit in the fruit teas. Also $3. For 3 coconut shrimp on the side ? Really? I had a dish called Low Country but it only had 6 small shrimp, 3 pieces of sausage and too many mushrooms.
Gone too are the terrific waitresses that once gave great service & replaced by lesser paid wait staff I guess.
We didn’t complain but we won’t go back again for probably 4-6 months. If RT can’t afford to give better food, close it down. It used to be a favorite of ours, but no more.


Jimmy January 31, 2015 at 12:33 am

Hello all,

I along with my other 3 siblings went to a Ruby Tuesday on Marble Store Dr, in Woodbridge VA last week and ordered different items from the menu including coupl burgers. I asked the waiter to make the burgers medium all, but instead they were pretty raw. Very politely, I asked the waiter if he could bring me chicken wings instead. Meanwhile, my brother asked if he could get some wings also. They waiter said yes, why not.
Within minutes, the restaurant manager, Christopher Herring shows up at our table and very rudely says, “well, you ate half of a burger and you don’t want me charge you for it”, and you don’t want me charge you for it, I can’t do that.
I and my brothers looked at each other and were shocked about his erratic behavior. People at the next table started noticing manager’s loud voice and nonprofessional behavior too and nodded their heads. I asked the manager, when was it that we complained about not paying and told him that in fact, i reminded the waiter, when he said, he won’t charge me for it, that it doesn’t matter, whether they do or not.
For sure, we are never going to go to Ruby Tuesday anymore, if there’s going to be behavior like such by its managers.


BobbieZapata January 30, 2015 at 10:56 pm

My family and I tried Ruby Tuesday for the first and LAST time tonight. Food was cold, undercooked fish, dirty dishes, all that after waiting 25 minutes just to get a table. Service was awful! Got orders wrong. I feel sorry for the people who are leaving Legoland and go there to eat. Winter Haven, FL.


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