If you weren’t already drooling from my earlier post and photos about Ruby 8 Noodles and Sushi in Horseshoe Casino, you definitely will be by the time you finish reading this post.  Ruby 8 Noodles and Sushi has a new location in McHenry Row, Baltimore and I was invited to the soft opening celebration.

Walking into the restaurant,  I was excited to see a DJ spinning tunes at the end of the bar. It was a great addition to the party and it relaxed the after-work crowd.

Ruby 8 Noodles and Sushi has a full bar available but the liquor was complimentary for the soft opening…sweeeet! There were three bartenders behind the bar and each created four signature drinks to choose from. My favorite was the Tsunami Jack and my friends seemed to like the Hot Chili.


And of course what sushi restaurant would be complete without a fresh sushi bar.


The restaurant has seating at the bar, there is a small lounge area with three large table and lounge seating and there is also the traditional restaurant booth seating.  As soon as we sat down the friendly and knowledgeable staff began to bring us various appetizer items.  Too many to name, so I’ll just post the photos below.  Please know that everything was delicious.





My plate runneth over with deliciousness.
Hawaiian Punch Cocktail created by Alla

Lobster with Ginger, Scallion and Crispy Salt & Pepper

Writing this post has made me satisfied and stuffed all over again. If you haven’t done so already, please visit one of the Ruby 8 Noodles and Sushi locations (Horseshoe Casino or McHenry Row) you won’t be disappointed.

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