To wit: RT's rich, well-constructed half-pound hamburger, which is blended from tenderloin, rib-eye, and sirloin and topped with garlic mayonnaise. Sell this burger from a divey hole in the wall on Avenue D and the feinschmeckers would fall all over each other praising it. But that's not all we recommend: The restaurant's blackened rib-eye steak is itself a solid piece of juicy, aggressively seasoned commodity meat (choice, we would guess). And the ruggedly breaded typhoon shrimp are nigh irresistible, paired with a chili sauce that goes quite nicely with the immense Margarita Magnificos. There are far worse places to decompress, watch a hockey game, and stuff yourself with meat and comically large cocktails than Ruby Tuesday — just ask the rest of the country.