The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Rare means rare: If you don't want a cool, red center, move to medium.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Morton's steaks (go for the 48-ounce double porterhouse for two) are prime time eating in every respect. We never had a steak here that wasn't properly cooked, nor have we had one that did not deliver that rich mineral taste of Prime, agedâ¦
By Matthew B at Insider Pages
Morton's and Ruths Chris are my favorites when it comes to steakhouse chains. There are better choices in the city, but it's a good restaurant for ... Read More
I said it once and I will say it again.
By tinajean at Menuism
Get off your foodie high-horse! It all started here at the "original" Morton's Foodies can be really stuck... Read More
As far as steakhouse chains go, this isn't too bad. Pushe...
By aaomccarthy at Menuism
As far as steakhouse chains go, this isn't too bad. Pushed to the wire I would probably rather eat at Smith... Read More
Famous for their steaks, the waiter brings out individual...
By LauraChou at Menuism
Famous for their steaks, the waiter brings out individual cuts of steaks (raw, of course), to explain their... Read More
By Jennifer B. at Judy's Book
I found Morton's to be overrated. My meal was good, but given their repuation and prices, I expected better. My filet was cooked to the right tem... Read More