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Posted by mark on 12/30/2009
Went to Morton's after a show with friends who were going to an evening show. We sat upstairs. Much more intimate and lots more attention from the wait staff. We had online coupons for a $50 per person meal without cocktails. The food was excellent and the servie first rate. Ask for upstairs and get the coupons.
Posted by Eric on 10/05/2009
I had to write this, and I have never had the urge to throw my opinion around, but after this poor effort by a supposed Top Notch Steakhouse, I had to chime in. My steak was way past medium rare, no sign of the waiter for half the night, so I could have eaten an hour and a half after arriving, so I endured and bit the bullet. The ribeye was tough and dry and the potato was only $8.50 extra! (I used to buy 50 lb bags for less). Add a tasteless Ceaser salad, and my partner and I escaped for 130 bucks, with a single drink each. Tip not included..........
Posted by anonymous on 02/19/2009
Recently had a small private function held in one of the back rooms. The service and the food were off the charts. The steaks were cooked to perfection, as always, and everything was delicious. Although this is a high end chain restaurant, I rank it up there with any steakhouse in the city. Prices for an upscale steakhouse are very similar accorss the board. I would recommend this place to anyone who asks!
Posted by cheapskate on 11/10/2008
I ordered steak and seafood special on two occasion. The filet was tender but lacking in beef taste. The seafood entires were ok. Staff was friendly and fast. They packed up our dessert to go without any problem. You don't need the coupon to order. If you go with an odd number of guests, you are charged $50.00 per person. Everyone should try the special. It's any cheap way to enjoy a high scale restaurant. No need for suit and tie.
Posted by Drew on 09/25/2008
We went to Mortons for the steak and seafood special. Food was excellent and the service was even better. I would not normally go there because of the price, but this special makes it somewhat reasonable
Posted by nikki on 08/04/2008
i chose morton's beause i wanted to take my boyfriend out for an amazing steak dinner for his birthday. i had originally made reservations for another steakhouse, but changed it to morton's last minute since i needed to add two more people to our party. it was a thursday nite and rather empty, but the service was pretty disappointing for the amount of money spent. the food quality had also declined and we were very disappointed, the steaks were mediocre at best and not even cooked the way we asked. i like mine cooked medium but it was just plain raw in the middle. for an upscale restaurant, we shouldn't have to repeatedly ask that our water glasses be refilled. definitely not worth the money.
Posted by nativenycgirl on 06/11/2008
While some people may find Morton's commercialized, and too "chainy" I would absolutely have to disagree. My husband and I have been frequenting Mortons since our dating days, and we have never once been let down. For the past 9 years we have been enjoying the delicious food, the wonderful service, and the non-pretentious atmosphere that so many of the other steakhouses have. There really is no dark spot on their menu - from the chicken christopher and the filet mignon, to the porterhouse and the shrimp alexander, everything is absolutely delicious. And definitely don't skip out on the dessert - the Godiva chocolate cake is out of this world, and the key lime pie isn't so bad either!