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.View Private Dining Details
Terrible experience overall. Food was subpar for the price. Salad was just plain tomatoes with wilted lettuce! Decent steak but nothing you can't get for much much cheaper at Applebee's.
I don't understand how Morton's continues to stay in business with its ridiculously high prices and mediocre food. I ordered the beet and goat cheese salad which came out with 4 very thin slices of beets and a few tiny crumbles of goat cheese and some tired lettuce - for $13. And the fact that a single small piece of "grain fed" filet mignon is over $45 is just silly. Firstly, everyone knows these days that grass fed, not grain fed beef, is the best for health and taste. And secondly, the filet mignon was chewy, rather tough, and completely without flavor. And then to have the gall to charge $6 for any kind of sauce? The only good things about the meal were the hash browns and hot baked bread. But I can spend a lot less than $13 for a small plate of hash browns elsewhere. Will definitely never waste my money there again.
The steak was amazing and a perfect for Valentine’s Day. A little pricey but is good for a romantic dinner. Would come again for a special night.
Great meal on a Friday evening. They always take good care of you at this location. Food is always well prepared. Entrees always perfect. A little leftovers for breakfast the next day. We will return.
Wonderful dinner with friends! Great service and fabulously prepared food. The specials they have on wine are truly worthwhile.
Outstanding service from the moment we walked in the door. Our server, Antonio couldn't have been nicer, explained all options on the menu for "Restaurant Week" and very attentive to all our needs. Everyone's food courses were delicious. Highly recommend.
I expected the filet to melt in your mouth. It’s a steakhouse after all. But it was a little over cooked and chewy. Maybe because the restaurant week menu filet was smaller than they usually cook? Or it had to sit waiting until the server was free? Salad had almost no dressing. Potatoes and desert were great.
I came for Restaurant Week with friends, so that will discount my review a bit. The food was pretty good, but the service was below average. As soon as we mentioned "restaurant week" you could immediately tell that our server's demeanor and attitude changed. I get it, but it's just disappointing since this was our first time (all 4 of us) trying a Morton's. We almost always do Ruth's Chris for our nice steak dinners and decided to try Morton's for the restaurant week deal. The big bread roll was great, our filets were good, the sides were average. Initially were talking about maybe switching our annual Easter trip to Fogo or Ruth's Chris to Morton's, but after our meal, probably not. Why fix what ain't broke?
Service was outstanding. Antonio was our server and he was great. The food was good.
I took advantage of Washington Restaurant Week to take my son and two grandsons to dinner at Morton’s in Bethesda. We enjoyed an excellent dinner with good service. The restaurant was very busy, likely because of Restaurant Week, which meant longer waits than I would have preferred. But, as always, I enjoyed this restaurant near my home.