Jeff Ruby’s The Precinct

Housed in a 1901 Hannaford & Sons–designed police stationhouse, this is the coziest of Jeff Ruby’s restaurants. The menu is what you might expect: prime aged beef, a couple of chops, meaty cuts of fish, and lobster. Ruby’s Jewel cut, the rib eye, is the very best steak on the menu. The list of sides and apps is short, but should you wish for some Fettuccine Alfredo with your porterhouse, you’ll get it with a floor show, in a classic tableside preparation. Impeccable service is largely responsible for a restaurant still at the top of its game long after others have come and gone.

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