Ruby's Bar & Grill

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1213 Riegelmann Boardwalk
Brooklyn, NY 11224
718-975-RUBY (7829)

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.*
Friday & Saturday: 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.*
Sunday: 11 a.m. - Midnight*

*weather permitting

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  • FREE Flicks on the Beach series continues through Aug. 29!

    Starting July 11, the beach near West 10th Street and the Boardwalk (and sometimes the beach right in front of Ruby's) will be transformed into a makeshift movie theater at dusk — complete with a 40-foot inflatable screen — every Monday night through August! The FREE flicks this summer season include blockbusters "Jurassic World" and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"; action-dramas "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Creed"; family favorite "Inside Out"; classic "Purple Rain"; and a series of historical short films featuring Rooftop Films and New York City. For more information about the lineup, click HERE. Ruby's is happy to be a reliable source of refreshmen...
  • Huge acts playing Coney Amphitheater through Sept. 21!

    What do you get when you mix legendary and contemporary artists with a brand-new state-of-the-art venue at an idyllic beach destination? The BEST summer EVER! The Coney Island Amphitheater has something for everyone June 25-Sept. 21. Ziggy Marley, Sting & Peter Gabriel, The Beach Boys, Hollywood Vampires, Jane's Addiction, 311, KIDZ BOP Kids, Andrew Dice Clay, Erykah Badu, New Kids on the Block, Deftones, Boston, Kool & The Gang, Counting Crows & Rob Thomas, Rick Springfield, The Disco Biscuits, The Dresden Dolls, Bryan Adams, Culture Club, Willie Nelson, and Don Henley are just SOME of the performers! Click HERE for the entire lineup! Ruby's is pr...
  • Enjoy FREE Friday night fireworks through Sept. 2!

    Start your weekend off with a BANG with FREE fireworks at Coney Island every Friday night through Sept. 2! Head to Ruby's for this POW-erful summer tradition to enjoy spectacular views from our boardwalk location! For more information, click HERE!...
  • Coney Island Mermaid Parade was MER-velous!

    Every year since 1983, Coney Island has celebrated the start of summer and official opening of the Atlantic Ocean with an annual Mermaid Parade the third Saturday of June. The parade, which pays homage to the hugely popular ‪‎Coney Island‬ Mardi Gras parades of the early 1900s, is the largest procession of its kind in the U.S., attracting hundreds of professional and amateur entertainers and thousands of spectators from all over. The imaginative costumes, floats and performances are a must-see! Queen Mermaid and King Neptune for Mermaid Parade 2016 were American supermodel Hailey Clauson and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Carlo A. Scis...
  • Another record-breaking turnout for Brooklyn Half!

    The Brooklyn Half Marathon maintained its status as the largest race of its kind in U.S. history Saturday, May 21, with more than 27,000 people participating. More than 26,000 participated last year. The race, which started near the Brooklyn Museum, finished near Ruby's Bar & Grill on the famous Coney Island boardwalk. Ruby's was proud to cheer on runners during the event and be a source of quality refreshments for participants and supporters. Congrats to everyone involved! (more…)...
  • Polar Bears hit the beach!

    Even the cold of winter can’t dampen Coney Island’s energetic atmosphere! Every year, the Coney Island Polar Bear Club hosts its popular New Year’s Day Swim — when daring souls don bathing suits and costumes to take a quick dip in the Atlantic Ocean for fun and charity. Proceeds benefit the club’s partner, Camp Sunshine, a retreat in Maine for chronically ill children and their families. With beach temps in the low 40s, hundreds of swimmers took the Polar Bear Club's annual New Year's Day plunge at Coney Island Jan. 1, 2016, raising nearly $90,000 for Camp Sunshine, well surpassing the club's goal of $70,000. Click HERE to make a donation. ...
  • Oct. 4 Alzheimer’s walk raised more than $171,000!

    On Sunday, Oct. 4, nearly 800 walkers headed to 15th Street and the Coney Island boardwalk (not far from Ruby's) for Brooklyn's 2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's. The 2-mile event helped raise awareness and more than $171,000 for Alzheimer's care and research. To donate to the organization, please click HERE!      ...
  • Thank you for your kindness

    A message from the family of Cindy Jacobs Allman: We are truly moved by the outpouring of support and love for Cindy. We have such wonderful memories of her, many of which happened right on the Coney Island boardwalk, where she got to meet and enjoy experiences with so many of you. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your kindness during this time....
  • Ruby’s celebrated 80 years in style!

    The boardwalk site that serves as Ruby's home has been a Coney Island tradition since 1934. To celebrate 80 YEARS, we threw a HUGE daylong party AUG. 9, 2014, that included trivia contests with Dr. Lucky, T-shirt giveaways and music from DJ Momotaro. Thank you for helping us celebrate at the most famous beach in America and at one of the sexiest beach bars in the world; the turnout was AMAZING! Thanks to all who came out to celebrate our 80th anniversary last summer and to everyone who wished us well!!! Here's a terrific story about our 80 years. And here's a great story recapping our 80-year bash! ...
  • Just for fun: Master does some dancing!

    Genaoro Venegas Rivera -- or "Master," as everyone in Coney Island called him -- was a boardwalk icon. With his zest for life, boundless energy, gregarious personality and trademark sailor hat, he embodied the true spirit of Coney Island. He loved people, he loved music, and he LOVED to dance. Although he passed away in 2010, he lives on in the magical sights and sounds of the boardwalk. There was even a mural dedicated in his honor. Here's video of this beloved man getting his groove on at the boardwalk! ...

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