Cincinnati Steakhouse Jeff Ruby's The Precinct Offering Carry-Out Derby Day Feasts

The enormous meal kit feeds 4-6 and features appetizers, steaks, sides, dessert and ingredients to make your own Mint Juleps for $200

click to enlarge The Derby Weekend meal kit - PHOTO: FACEBOOK.COM/JEFFRUBYSPRECINCT
The Derby Weekend meal kit

You may not be able to attend the rescheduled 146th-annual Kentucky Derby in person this month, but can you turn on the tube, don your most flamboyant fascinator and dig into a special themed feast to celebrate at home.

Cincinnati steakhouse Jeff Ruby's The Precinct is featuring a Kentucky Derby Weekend meal kit this week in honor of the holiday.

The enormous meal, priced at $200, serves 4-6 people and includes four 14 oz. USDA Prime Strip Steaks with Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse Seasoning; Benedictine and pimento cheese dips with crostini and crudité; Freddie Salad; mac and cheese; black-eyed pea salad with country ham and heirloom tomatoes; homemade biscuits with salted honey butter; a whole blackberry bourbon cream pie; and mint simple syrup with fresh mint to make your own Mint Juleps (with recipe included). 

The Precinct is taking pre-orders through 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3 for the meal kit, and it will be available for curbside pick-up between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 4 and Saturday, Sept. 5. 

A post on The Precinct's Facebook page says that they expect the kits to sell out, so put in your order sooner rather than later. 

Jeff Ruby's The Precinct, 311 Delta Ave., Columbia Tusculum. 

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