Jeff Ruby's Precinct - Cincinnati
Yes. This steakhouse is located in a police station. The former home for the Cincinnati Police Patrol House Number 6, to be exact. Precinct is the first of Jeff Ruby's empire of steak-focused eateries, and it's also the longest, continuously running white tablecloth restaurant in the city.Read More
The turn-of-the-20th century, Romanesque-style structure has been expanded to include BAR at the Precinct. It's anchored by a turn-of-the-century Brunswick Bar brought in from Boston, seats approximately 70 guests, and offers a casual atmosphere and its own menu.
All steaks are U.S.D.A. prime and aged and hand cut by the restaurant's butchers. The choices range from a 14-ounce center cut New York strip to a 22-ounce dry-aged bone-in ribeye.
There are also classic Jeff Ruby dishes you'll find on the menu. The cold water lobster tail is enhanced with lemon-herb butter. A Berkshire pork chop is accented by roasted garlic rub, fresh herbs, and lemon. And the steak Collinsworth consists of an eight-ounce filet, king crab, asparagus, bordelaise, and béarnaise.