Built on a reputation for juicy prime-aged steaks and massive sides, Morton's The Steakhouse has been serving classic steakhouse food for more than 30 years. The restaurant was founded in Chicago where Frank Sinatra soon became a regular, and today there are more than 80 locations in the U.S. and internationally.
Morton's menu is a meat-lover's bounty - steaks are all from grain-fed Midwestern beef wet-aged for a few weeks before being broiled at high temperature to retain the meat's natural juices. Fish and seafood entrees also get plenty of attention, with items like Alaskan King Crab legs, yellowfin tuna and Australian lobster tails providing a tasty alternative to steak and potatoes. In a world obsessed with the new, Morton's is wonderfully old school - just excellent steaks, attentive service and a dining experience you won't soon forget.
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