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About Morton's Grille - The Woodlands
Thank you for reserving at Morton’s Grille - The Woodlands. We look forward to serving you. Great options for sharing, classic steakhouse fare, inventive hand-crafted cocktails and exceptional service...Casually Elegant, Undeniably Morton's. For special events, private Boardroom information and online reservations, visit our website.
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Steakhouse, American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 11:30am-10:00pm, Friday: 11:30am-11:30pm, Saturday: 4pm-11:00pm, Sunday: 11:30am-9:00pm
Waterway Square Place
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, 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? Catering available from menu selections. Please contact Janette Jordan for details.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
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Morton's Grille - The Woodlands Ratings and Reviews
Alicia and Mike were amazing, made our anniversary dinner memorable. The food, service, and ambiance were perfect for our special meal, and our wait staff were amazing. I've always enjoyed Morton's for business meals but this was exceptional and made our evening wonderful. Thank you!
We arrived and our reservation was ready. The waitress was nice. We had 4 diners ordering Wagyu steaks. Mine was rare instead of medium rare as I requested. I didn't send it back because I didn't want to upset my son's birthday dinner. However when the waitress saw my steak left she asked, was it undercooked? I said yes. She said that's usually why she sees lots of steak left on the plate. My question: why can't the grill chef get it right for every steak? I was disappointed.
I have eaten a Morton's steakhouses in a number of cities and had a very high opinion of them. I am not sure what the difference is between their other restaurants and Morton's Grille. The prices are equivalent so I feel the quality should also be equivalent. Our meals were good and the overall experience was also good. My only reservation about this restaurant is that I feel I've recently had equally good dinners where I ordered essentially the same meal, at about half the price. Maybe I'm a little more value-conscious when not traveling on business. It was very good, but just not exceptional and I had an expectation of exceptional.
The food was very good, and the service was also good. The only part that wasn't great was the comfort. The area in which we were seated was too tight. Servers had difficulty getting between the tables without bumping into our chairs. Could be easily remedied by management.
My friend and I had dinner at Morton's Grille before a concert at Cynthia Mitchell Woodlands Pavillion. It was restaraunt week in Houston also. $35. For dinner. I had the beet and goat cheese salad, garlic green beans, 6 oz filet, frozen peanut butter pie. My friend had the beet salad, the salmon w arugula pesto, couscous, mashed potatoes and the ice cream sandwich. We both enjoyed our dinners.
The pavillion was within walking distance.
I know everyone has been patiently waiting for my next write up, so here goes.....
Originally my wife & I had planned to head to Morton's Grille - The Woodlands for dinner, then to Cinemark 17 and XD to see The Dark Tower. When her parents heard about our plans, they asked if they could join us. So we switched it to lunch, to take advantage of their 2 course Houston Restaurant Weeks menu.
Louis started with the Cup of Roasted Tomato Bisque. While Linda, Shelly & myself each chose the Cup of Steakhouse Chili - Spicy Texas style “No Bean” Chili, Sour Cream, Onions, with White Cheddar Spoon Bread.
This one of my favorite dishes here. I'm so happy that they understand that if you know beans about chili, chili aint got beans!
Entrees went like this:
Linda chose the Blackened Redfish Tacos. She took 2 or 3 bites & wasn't impressed so she traded with Louis for half of his awesome looking “Cobalt” Chicken Sandwich - Grilled Chicken Breast, Caramelized Onion, Peppered Bacon, Avocado, Lettuce, and Tomato.
Shelly got the Double Stacked, “Ravenous Style”, Burger. This HungryHeath approved burger is legit! I have ordered it several times on previous visits.
I deviated from my 3 table mates & chose not to order from the HRW menu. Instead I opted for the $15 "burger & brew of the month" - Southern Bacon Burger with pimento cheese, grilled red onions, fried green tomatoes & of course bacon. Paired with Saint Arnold Brewing Company Art Car IPA. To describe this with one word = #fabulous!
All of these plates were served with the magnificent matchstick fries.
Now that our bellies are full, we took a leisurely stroll across the street to the cinema. We all 4 enjoyed the movie. Another good day with the family. #livingthedream
Pro tip - we valet at the restaurant (complimentary during lunch) after we eat, we walk to the movies, then back to valet after the movie.
We went for a double birthday, myself and my son are a week apart. This is my favorite steak house. The coulette steak is amazing. We had an awful experience from the beginning. Took 20 minutes for anyone to take our order, my daughter recieved the wrong appetizer so they had to remake it. Myself and my daughter got the coulette steak with truffle butter. Both steaks were AWFUL, tough. I can tell you almost for sure that they used regular sirloin. The truffle butter was watery and had no flavor. We told the server that we were unhappy she said they had been getting complaints about the coulette andoffered a replacement then never came back. A different waiter brought our bill, we asked to talk to the manager and he grilled us like we were lying. There were 2 tables of people eating there and 5 workers. How does this happen??? Will never be coming back.
We had the restaurants week menu. My friend is gluten free and while the server was knowledgeable about changes that could be made to menu items, her food came out very bland. No seasoning on steak or broccoli. The normally prepared food was flavorful but not overwhelming. There are lots of great steak restaurants in Houston and this was just good. The service was incredibly slow. Our server explained at 1 point that there was a large group and that was what was taking our entrees so long to come out. We understood that. After the entree, it took some time for the desserts to come out. Once we got our check, it took an unusually long time for the server to return and run our credit cards. By this time the restaurant was almost empty. I would give it another try but if service wasn't better, probably wouldn't be back.
It was our first time here and we came in decided to get something from the Houston Restaurants Week menu. Food was very delicious and the portions are just right. Service was good. We plan to return to try their regular menu which has an interesting selection. The only things that did not make it a perfect experience for me are the following: I booked via OpenTable and indicated that we were celebrating a birthday (my husband's). I am not sure if that info is communicated to the restaurant. Although the server had asked if it's our first time, she did not ask if we are celebrating anything and I guess the one who received us did not see the note. I appreciate it a lot when a restaurant asks and gives you a simple token for someone's birthday. The other thing is the seating space. We sat at a table good for 2 people by the window which is crammed.My husband and I sat across each other. I had to move the table very close to me and my husband had to move his chair very close to the table as well because there was a tight space for servers to walk behind him while serving the large group behind. I looked around and the place looked crammed, not just our area. The noise level is high but still ok to carry a conversation without having to yell. Overall, it was a good experience worth a return visit.
the special for Houston Restaurant Week was not a good value. I was disappointed, we could not eat more than one bite of the two different deserts and left it all there. The meal came, main course, a small bowl of some kind of potatoes and the steak, which was the only good part of the meal. The bread had onion on it, we did not like it. The service was just so so.
This was our first visit to Morton's Grill. Previously I had eaten at Morton's Steakhouse in Chicago and liked it very much. I have eaten at "grills" of other fine steakhouses and have found that they don't always match up well to the fine dining of the original steakhouses. This was not the case with Morton's Grill and we will be returning. We had the tenderloin filets and they were excellent. I also recommend the mac & cheese. We were very pleased.
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