Ruby's Diner

★★★★★
  • 428 E 17th St

    Costa Mesa, CA 92627

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  • 949-646-7829

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everything is really good here but if i had to choose i would say get a chocolate milkshake and the chicken fingers with frenchfries and the jalapeno poppers=] that meal is probably the greatest meal you will ever eat=] for those who are vegetarians the grilled cheese is divine=]

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★★★★★

everything is really good here but if i had to choose i would say get a chocolate milkshake and the chicken fingers with frenchfries and the jalapeno poppers=] that meal is probably the greatest meal you will ever eat=] for those who are vegetarians the grilled cheese is divine=]

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Ruby burger with cheese and grilled onions, french fries with ranch dressing and an oreo milkshake: my favorite meal of all time. I dont even think its possible to say a bad thing about Ruby's. Shakes are the best there is, fries are amazing (and bottomless) and the burger is my favorite anywhere in the U.S.
Multiple locations. The ones at the ends of the piers are a good time, but everything is served on paper and the shakes are much smaller. This is a good after the beach lunch/dinner location.

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★★★★★

Ruby burger with cheese and grilled onions, french fries with ranch dressing and an oreo milkshake: my favorite meal of all time. I dont even think its possible to say a bad thing about Ruby's. Shakes are the best there is, fries are amazing (and bottomless) and the burger is my favorite anywhere in the U.S.
Multiple locations. The ones at the ends of the piers are a good time, but everything is served on paper and the shakes are much smaller. This is a good after the beach lunch/dinner location.

Pros: Best Burgers, Fries, Shakes

Cons: I guess SORT of pricey? Who cares, its worth it.

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In Short
In 1982, businessman Doug Cavanaugh opened the first Ruby's in Southern California's Newport Beach, naming it after his mother. Today, this nationwide chain--adorned with red vinyl booths, Formica tables, soda fountains…

 

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