The building dates back to 1901 and the business dates back over 30 years, but the food couldn't be more fresh. A staple of the Queen City's fine dining scene, Jeff Ruby's Precinct has been serving up fantastic steaks, salads, and seafood since 1981. Housed in an old police patrol house, the restaurant's Romanesque architecture is as much of a draw as the food, and is complimented by carefully curated relics like an antique Brunswick bar, antique barber chairs, and saloon doors from the early 1900s. Not feeling dinner? Take advantage of their happy hour specials, which includes half-price items from the bar menu.