I finally took the kids to Ruby’s, and LOVED it! My love for Ashland’s historical buildings just keeps growing and growing every time we visit. Ruby’s is located right in the downtown Ashland Historic District – which makes it 100 percent amazing without even trying it yet :)

So here’s the thing… I actually don’t like Breakfast foods – the sweet kind. Pancakes, waffles, french toast… just aren’t my thing. I am someone who wants lunch at 9am.Β So when I saw Ruby’s menu I was so happy. BREAKFAST BURRITOS. SERVED ALL DAY.

We tried the Breakfast Burrito, the Wendy Burrito, Watermelon Refresher, and the Ranking Reuben. Everything was seriously so good! I especially loved the Wendy Burrito – it had this awesome curry flavoring to it – and although I’m not against meat, its completely vegan and delicious.

(Breakfast Burrito pictures here)

The drink we were all fighting over and probably should have gotten 4 of… was the watermelon refresher. Next time I’d love to try some of their smoothies and milkshakes!

and Violet totally rocking her bat ring from the Lava Beds National Monument :) Junior Ranger right here.


It’s not always easy to find family-friendly restaurants in Ashland, and I’m so excited to share Ruby’s with you that is completely kid approved. We loved sitting outside in the front courtyard. Violet brought her shopkins, and Fitz obviously found rocks ;) I got to chat away with a friend and feel totally comfortable with my 3 crazy kids.

If you aren’t a big breakfast burrito fan (I can’t imagine someone not being a fan), but I LOVED their Rueben on Rye. It came with their 3-mile Island Dressing that was perfection. Harper kept stealing it off my plate :)

They also sell a few of their locally famous flavors by the bottle! We snagged this one to try at home, and can’t wait!

So, if you’re looking for some great locally sourced food, family-friendly atmosphere, easy parking (across the street), fun outside & inside seating, and a cool Ashland vibe – then try out Ruby’s Neighborhood Restaurant!

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