I wanted something special for Christmas Day dinner, but instead I paid for a pricey meal that was mediocre. Husband ordered a French 75, but were told by our server she couldn't make it because they didn't have eggs for the froth-questionable because it doesn't need eggs for froth, clearly the bar is not knowledgeable about making drinks. My cosmo was more limey than I care for, but staff is working on Christmas Day... Food- steak was fine, but ordered a sauce on the side and it didn't show up until half way done with the steak-thankfully wasn't charged for it. Husband and daughter had crab legs, a little fishy tasting and the forks and lemon did not arrive until sauce for the steak arrived. The creme brulee for dessert is a major disappointment. I can order a creme brulee anywhere and see the little vanilla flecks, but not at Morton's. Obviously over-priced and not well made. Husband finished it for me.
Service seemed snobby and was not on top of things. Most servers ask if I would like another cocktail or suggest a wine with dinner, but I didn't that response, so I ordered it myself. The real dinger of the meal was waiting for over 10 minutes plus for dessert and she came over to say she will check on dessert and then went to her next table to take their order instead. I tipped 20 percent because it was Christmas, but I will not return or recommend Morton's to friends.