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About J Morgan's Steakhouse
Our award winning restaurant J.Morgan's Steakhouse, not only caters to the hotel guest, it is among the top locals restaurants in the very culinary city of Montpelier. We have become known for our hand cut aged-in house steaks and the freshest seafood available in the region, homemade desserts and large portions. Our expertise in wine and great variety of our own martinis and seasonal drinks makes J.Morgan's Steakhouse a place that you will run back to.
Montpelier, VT 05602
American, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:30am; Saturday: 7:00am - 12pm; Sunday Brunch: 8:00am - 1:30pm;
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday: 2:00pm - 9:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking on the streets and free parking behind restaurant.
Owner Fred Bashara
Private Party Facilities:
We have a 4 banquet rooms to accommodate any size party. You may chose one of our menus or work with the chef to create your own.
Private Party Contact:
Brian Cain: (802) 223-5252 ext. 105
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Easter and Mother's Day Brunch
J Morgan's Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
Our server was helpful and to the point, and then was enigmatic and a hoot to finish! House salad is classier than most and tasty. Ribs were outstanding, fish of the day could have used a little more flavor but quality was terrific. Dessert should be shared among four; inspired comfort food and the size of half a cake pan. Scotch list is primo.
We were there for lunch the Food was excellent make sure you try the chips with the cheese app. To die for! On this day the staff seemed out of sorts or were understaffed. We arrived on time for our reservation but ended up waiting for 15-20 to be seated . Something was definitely amiss this day. We will return in spite of the confusion as the food was good.
Very loud. Service terrible. Left dirty plates on the table and had to ask to have the water glasses refilled. Had to chase the server down for everything. Worst service I've ever had at a restaurant ever. Food was very good but leaving the dirty dishes on the table well beyond when we were finished was very annoying
We always visit JMorgans when we are in Vermont on vacation each year. This year was no different and we would like to say that our server Amber T was amazing...we were lucky enough to have her on the several occasions we dropped in (a steak dinner, appetizers after the movie, cake and drinks on the patio one afternoon) and she was always wonderful. Her personality and service made our visits there even more enjoyable.
We came from Montreal for a week of vacation and reserve by internet our table for my husband' birhday at J Morgan's steakhouse and it was a very warn night and we ask for a table outside and it was very nice. The food was good and our waitrees Amber was very attentionate. If we go back to Montpellier we will surely go back there
This was our second visit to this restaurant this summer. Our service was excellent amd my meal was delicious! I especially like the signature salad. I ordered the strip steak which was cooked medium with a pink center and cooked perfectly. I also had the garlic smashed potatoes which is always a nice compliment to the streak. I would recommend dining in this restaurant if you are in the Montpelier area.
The food is always excellent; they have good drink specials, and the service was fine. It is always a bit noisy and for a nice restaurant, it annoys me that they start to clean up (vacuum, etc.) while there are still customers in the place, but I will go back anyway. It is basically the fanciest place in town.
I cannot recommend. Food was OK. Heavy handed with the salt. Noise level was deafening. Not from screaming children or diners, just loud noise. Could not carry on a conversation. Overpriced. They need to institute a dress code. I was embarrassed to be with business associates. We dressed casual but were unprepared for baseball caps, bare feet, stained/dirty jean cutoffs, sleeves sweatshirts. Not a pleasant experience.
As usual the food was great.
We had reservations for a Saturday evening @ 7:45
Service was good, but the restaurant was not crowded for a Saturday night
It took awhile to receive our drinks
My wife ordered the Pesto Scallops and I ordered the Mediterranean Chicken
We enjoyed both dishes
Good value for the rather pricy options, as my dining companions concurred vis-a-vis their dry-aged steaks, though we all agreed that the sodium level seemed over the top for most items, with the house salad unnecessarily salty due to a too-liberal garnish of olives; the Fred's style calamari suffered from the same misguided enthusiam for salt. Ditto the garlic bread; the dredging with Parmesan was overkill. My gin martini was dry, as requested, but not cold enough, and skimpy, with a full half-inch of glass showing, and no dividend. 😥 My companions enjoyed their beverages. As for my entree: the pesto pasta had little to no discernible pesto flavor, and too much/ too oily sauce, but the scallops were succulent and delightful. Did not have dessert, but on previous occasions I have enjoyed several sweet options. My companions were completely happy with their entrees. The service was exemplary (thank you, Trevor) and we were seated and served promptly despite a crowded dining room. I have no trouble recommending J. Morgan's Steak House, with a high-sodium warning!
Other than the seating being a little confused at first, the service was very good and everyone enjoyed their steaks. We were there for a 9 year old's birthday who wanted to go to his first "steak house" and the waiter was very good making the boy feel comfortable. I observed a casual bar scene that is probably good for grabbing an easy cocktail with friends. It is attached to a hotel almost across the street from the statehouse so clearly this is where much of their business comes from, but they didn't seem to be getting too lazy on the food out put as a result. The menu was pretty classic and the food came out as expected so there's not much to take away from five stars there. I would recommend and if the opportunity arose I would go again.
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