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Posted by Danielle Uskovic on 11/28/2013
I booked here after looking at open table for a reservation and the reviews on trip advisor. It came highly recommended and luckily had a spare reservation for dinner. The service was impeccable from the start with friendly staff and good recommendations. The beet salad was tasty and fresh. The steak was cooked to perfection. It was buttery and melted in my mouth with every bite. The sweet potato casserole was smooth and creamy. It's on the pricey end of a good steak but well worth it for the atmosphere, quality and service. I would recommend this place for any occasion.
Posted by LG on 04/16/2013
I experienced great service and the steaks were great. I'm sure you can find steaks at equal quality elsewhere in the city at better prices, but I wouldn't hesitate to visit Morton's again. Steaks were cooked perfectly, waitress was very helpful and informative. Try the parmesan fries!
Posted by Park Avenue Snob on 06/15/2011
I had a great dining experience at Mortons due to Menu Pages reviews. After reading where to sit, upstairs, and what to order from, their special online three course menu, my anniversary dinner was perfect. The waitstaff pleasantly greeted and congratulated us on our special occasion. They were attentive but not over bearing....... Download and register, (I'm not sure how it works) the Morton's 3 course meat and seafood menu from their website before coming to the restaurant. Fabulous value for their food. They took a photograph of us and framed it. It was our gift...........how nice is that? The food was delicious, and I have a refrigerator full of leftovers. I plan to return!!
Posted by Karen Dennehy on 04/25/2011
We went for dinner on Easter Sunday and were very, very disappointed. The meal started out fine; we ordered the mixed warm seafood and shrimp cocktail. The food was good (if overpriced-really, are shrimp, regardless of how big, worth $5.00 a piece)? The disaster came with one bite of my lobster tail-rancid. Not just "off", but reeking of ammonia. My husband ordered the same and his was fine, but the taste of mine was just horrible. They offered to replace the lobster tail with something else and did take it off the bill, but my appetite was ruined at that point. When you are paying $50.00 for one lobster tail, I do not expect that kind of experience. My son had prime rib, which was better, but not as good as you can get out countless places throughout the city. We will not be back.
Posted by Snickers on 01/04/2011
So we got a $250 giftcard from a colleague for Xmas which we thought would be plenty for dinner for 2. Boy were we wrong. While the atmosphere was nice, the oysters were tasty, and the reservation was effortless we won't be back. For the price we paid there are much better steakhoused in the city for less money. The waiter pushed the higher priced steaks on us and i give him credit for being a good salesman but a $350 dinner for 2 is just crazy without a lot of drinks and no fancy bottle of wine simply wasn't worth the dining experience.
Posted by I'm glad it wasn't my b'day... on 07/01/2010
OK, A friend chose to go here for her b'day celebration. Maitre'd service was fine, and we were allowed to sit even though our party was incomplete. All personality ended here. Marched upstairs, which was a bit cozier than the mall-like atmosphere of the lower level. Drinks arrived promptly (fabulous chardonnay and vodka martinis). After spending what we thought too much time describing the menu, we simply beckoned for the menu to be delivered. Order: Appetizers - 1 chilled ocean platter and 1 hot ocean platter - both sufficed with the crabcakes being a standout, as were the accompanying dips/sauces; Dinner - 1 porterhouse, one cajun rib-eye, 1 rib-eye and 1 mignon. For aged beef, they sure lacked flavor and weren't very tender. The sides were delicious (mash, green beans and button mushrooms); Dessert - Key lime pie and Carrot cake...I'm no baker, but I make better. The servers were robotic with no personality, and the atmosphere was rather sterile. I hate feeling like all intentions are directed at increasing the bill, especially when it's so apparent that a party will already indulge on their own. I gave my friend a choice of venue to celebrate her b'day, but this will not be a choice on mine.
Posted by Andrea on 02/13/2010
We had received a gift certificate to Morton's so we used it in White Plains. It was one of the poorest dining experiences that we ever had. The hostess took us in and abandoned us at the maitre d's stand without a word. Eventually it became evident that we were supposed to go to the bar for a drink. 35 minutes later we were seated. The waitress was so automatonic it seemed like she was on drugs. The $10.50 salad was a honeymoon salad -- "Lettuce alone." The caesar salad was the same. The steaks were mediocre and not cooked properly. We got a special which included dessert but the waitress still came by with the dessert tray to give a monotonic pitch. Perhaps she thought we would order more than one dessert. We felt totally over fawned over and pitched to. There is not atmosphere -- it is like eating in the middle of Grand Central Station. We could not wait to get out of there. Only plusses -- the crab cake and shrimp were good and the bartender was fantastic. The bill was $126 without tip -- we left shaking our heads about why anyone would drop that kind of money on this restaurant.