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About Arnie Morton's The Steakhouse - Woodland Hills
Morton's The Steakhouse, the nation's premier steakhouse group, specializes in classic, hearty fare, serving generous portions of USDA prime aged beef, as well as fresh fish, lobster and chicken entrees. The menu features a variety of favorite cuts, including a 24 ounce porterhouse, which is the house specialty; a 20 ounce New York sirloin and a 14 ounce double cut filet.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Bar: 5:00pm Daily
Monday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Erwin & Victory
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Private and group dining available. Contact our dedicated Sales and Marketing Manager to plan your next business or social event. Hosting a party at your home or office? Ask about Morton's Prime To Go and Prime Platters!
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Arnie Morton's in Woodland Hills hosts a variety of special events featuring fine wine & spirits, the best steak and a great time! For more information, visit, www.mortons.com/woodlandhills.
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For those special occasions, Morton’s The Steakhouse offers luxuriously appointed private dining rooms and group dining accommodations. Our expert staff is dedicated to helping you plan the perfect event – whether it’s a business meeting or a birthday celebration.
Arnie Morton's The Steakhouse - Woodland Hills Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful as usual. I think this Morton's is better than the one in Beverly Hills. The staff, especially in the bar area is so friendly and accommodating. We made the mistake of coming here during DineLA. While it was a good value, the ambiance was shifted. There was also a 40th birthday special running simultaneously to the DineLA special so bargains were all around. Love this place.
I enjoyed going to Morton's Steak House, I had a few issues I though the Valet Parking which was very costly, When I wanted to park myself there was no spaces. Also when it reached 11:00 PM on Friday night the alarm went off which I was told that is the way management requests its time to exit, we left at 11:05, The steak was prepared perfect. I did request my lyonnaise potato's to be extra crispy so I returned them to recook, I also returned the French fries because they did not come extra crispy either, which I told the waiter from the start. I would recommend this restaurant to those who enjoy a good steak.
Simply, Morton's had a bad night. Our server was AWAL most of the evening. Slow to respond to our needs and refills of water, coffee and drinks were hard to come by. Kitchen was very slow.
We have eaten here many times before and tonight was just below par for this restaurant.
4th of 5th visit to this location since it opened. I've never been blown away by it, and have only gone due to convenient location. This last meal was a real let-down. Service was sub-par. Waiter was downright odd (repetitive "cheers" between every other word; Pouring wine for me, but not my wife; not clearing away extra plates & glasses from table for 4 (there were 2 of us) until 1/2 way through the meal; etc.) Steak was cooked OK, but not much in terms of flavor. Plate on which steak was served has watery, soupy-like liquid in which the steak was sitting. Not appetizing at all. Positives: Wine suggestion was awesome. Cocktail was prepared well. Nice ambiance & music. For the total cost (over $500.00 including tip!), I should have gone to another restaurant (owned by the same parent company) further away, and been fully satisfied.
Had the Landry's special of lobster and steak. Not bad, for a convenience meal but the portions were a bit small. But then again, it left room for some dessert so all was not lost. Our waiter made the dinner more enjoyable by keeping the conversations alive.
I usually enjoy my experience because it is personable as they write in the menus in the case of a special ocassion. This visit was disappointing due to the fact that I requested for “happy new year (guests names)” to be written on the menu. To my dismay this was not done. I also requested for a booth and got a table.
The restaurant was not busy yet it took an hour and ten minutes to get our food; one member of our party had to leave without eating. In addition, when the food arrived one entree was missing. It appears that the kitchen forgot to prepare it. As such, another member of our party was served well after everyone else. That meal was clearly cooked in a hurry and underdone.
The server was pleasant but did not seem terribly concerned about the delays. At one point she promised the food would be ready in 3 minutes, which turned into 20+. The forgotten meal was taken off the bill, but that did little to improve the experience for our party.
I've eaten at this location several times and while it's never been what I would call A+ service, this was completely unacceptable. Given the number of steakhouses in the area, we will think twice before returning to this location.
For the money there is far better food and service around there. The porterhouse for two was over cooked, the soufflé was underdone, the lettuce was wilted. There was someone going table to table trying to sell their rewards card which was completely out of place for a nice steakhouse. If their food was better they wouldn’t need a rewards card. You could hear him pushing on the table next to us and as soon as he left everyone looked at each other and started laughing. Completely unprofessional. It was empty on a Friday night for dinner if that says anything. I will spend my money elsewhere.
I made reservations for 7:15 because it was my son’s 14th birthday I live in Lakewood California but I dine at the Anaheim location which (I love I give them five stars in hospitality)But today I had the worst experience ever at Morton’s in Woodland I dined at Woodland Hills because my son lives with father.. and I dined at Morton’s frequently I’m a laundry card member my son loves Morton’s they have everything he likes to eat from steak oysters and loaded baked potato that’s why I chose this location today... let me start from the appetizer I order 1 dozen oysters I got 1/2 took 30min for appetizer... I had to ask for my son birthday desert, picture they said camera was broke, but everyone els had pictures then he said 6 ppl in front to get pictures. Asked for my food to go and my sons ... the server decided to throw my asparagus and crab in the trash when I took one bite when I checked my food to separate into another bag.. I notice he said “oh it fell of the plate so I threw it away” I’m like ok but I only had one bite... ? He apologized... but the timing on everything took so long. Even to get my check, my son dessert, and chocolate cake.. the manager not once asked if everything was ok, asked tables around me beside me but did not ask if my sons dinner was ok, I didn’t complain because I didn’t wanna seem like I was trying to comp or get discount!! But my son birthday dinner was horrible. I couldn’t wait to get out of Morton’s in Woodland Hills!! I’ll never dine at this location again!! The only good thing that was great was the host great personality. The place was not even busy... NEVER AGAIN!
Went for a my husband's birthday...cocktails were not enjoyable (margarita and Moscow mule had poor flavor). Served my husband the wrong steak and then he waited for the correct one while everyone else ate around him. Steak was not taken off the bill. Server was friendly but forgot to bring requested items twice (a straw; extra wonton chips for an appetizer). We had to ask a bus boy for the straw and the wontons never came so we ate the ahi tuna tower with a fork. Will not return to this restaurant. Poor display for a fine dining experience, and especially for a birthday celebration.
The first round of drinks were prepared correctly. However, subsequent order for 1 drink was very poor.
Food: Brussel Sprouts were sour and hard. Crème Spinach was sour and the potatoes augratin were terrible. To put it mildly you get better vegetables at Applebee's or Marie Calendars.
The service was very slow!!! We waited for our cocktails for a long time due to not enough martini glasses!!! Very disappointing for a high end restaurant. Finally when our martinis came, it wasn’t even the right glasses & not cold!!! We spent $800 for 6 people & we’re very disappointed. Mastros & Ruth Chris are so much better!!!
It was our 52nd anniversary and we wanted go have a special meal to celebrate. The service was outstanding without being overbearing. We enjoyed the chopped salad we split and our dntrees were both delicious and beautifully presented. Our only negative comment would be the prices; a little excessive for frequent visits. We are retired and are not in a position to spend so much often. We will save Morton's for very special occasions.
We went for our sixth anniversary. The old fashioned was solid & our appetizers were good. I’d definitely recommend the Prosciutto wrapped Mozzarella to start and the onion soup. Cajun ribeye was filled with flavor and a small bite but not too spicy. The creamed corn is to die for. Amazing! Service was great and they even gave us a photo, custom menu with “Happy 6th Anniversary”, and a soufflé. Very good experience.
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