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About Morton's The Steakhouse - Bethesda
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 16 ounce New York Strip and a 12 ounce double cut filet.
One Bethesda Metro Center
Bethesda, MD 20814
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Bar: Sunday - Thursday 4:45pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday 4:45pm - 11:00pm
Sunday - Thursday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, 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? Ask about Morton's Prime To Go and Prime Platters!
Parking is available in the parking garage located beneath the Hyatt with entrances at 7400 Wisconsin Ave and 3 Bethesda Metro Center for $6 with validation. Additional paid parking is available at the Waverly Parking Garage located across Wisconsin Ave at 7400 Waverly St. with complimentary parking on Saturday and Sunday.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Morton's in Bethesda hosts a variety of special events featuring fine wine & spirits, the best steak and a great time! For more information, visit http://www.mortons.com/bethesda
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Morton's The Steakhouse - Bethesda Ratings and Reviews
Food and service were great. It was a little too dark and we needed to use the lights in our phone to see the menus. Price was high but it was a special occasion.
The parking was terrible. We waited about 10 minutes for the valet and gave up. I parked it myself in the underground hotel parking garage. The elevator was filthy and disgusting. I should have waited longer for the lone valet to return.
Stopped in for a nice quiet meal. Got just what we wanted. Great cocktails, app's, salads, entree's, Not rushed. Great conversation. Great food, good wine. What more could you ask for. Morgan took great care of us. We got a greeting from Todd the GM. The parking was great, pulled up out front and it was only $5.00. This is a great Morton's. Stop by and enjoy... We will be back again.
I had two issues with this restaurant.
The wait staff, Alexa, when asked if the crab legs were good said that she didn't know. Further she was not attentive and disappeared for extended periods even though the restaurant was less than half full. Her attitude was poor. The steaks were good but the crab legs were not fresh and were very poor.
Great food and good service. The strip steak was wonderful and, surprisingly to me, the side of broccoli was very tasty as well.
Atmosphere was slightly diminished due to undergoing renovations in the hotel this is situated at, but what's to be done. Nothing too bad anyways.
A bit expensive, but that's probably not a surprise to anyone.
Parking situation a bit tricky because of construction. We knew in advance and took uber though.
Everything was delicious and well prepared - crab cocktail, tomato/bleu cheese salad, filets both cooked to our exact specifications, and tender. It really has redeemed itself since the drastic fall when Landry's took over and the quality took a nose dive. So happy to have it back to the Mortons experience we came to love.
This was my wife and I second visit to this Morton's Location food and atmosphere was GREAT!!! Only concern I had was we felt our server was not very attentive. She didn't go over menu or wine menu, could have check on us through out he night. We had to order drinks with our server that was bringing out the food which wasn't a problem he made sure they came right out. Everything else was great we will be returning to this location.
Morton's is an upper end Bethesda steakhouse with very attentive service and a better bar than its competition. My business dinner went well with sufficient quiet to talk amongst ourselves and the meal was interesting, well presented and very good. Our dessert was exceptional.
Morton's is located in the Hyatt at Bethesda Metro Center, where a great deal of renovation is underway. The renovations are a significant inconvenience for now because the front entrance is closed requiring entry from the side, but the up side of that was the restaurant was less crowded and more quiet than other previous visits.
Don't use the hotel parking. There is a public garage one block east with cheap and easy parking as long as you bring a few quarters to feed the meter.
For the price, I expected a better experience.
- The table arrangement felt a bit crowded.
- Service was slow.
- The meals were good but I did not think they fit the price.
- It was actually uncomfortably warm in the restaurant at times.
Overall, I had a decent meal at Morton's Steakhouse.
We haven't gone to Mortons in sometime. There are so many choices in the area and it can be expensive. We decided since it was restaurant week , why not bring our children for the first time? Well, to our suprise the waitress didn't tell us about or offer us the restaurant week menu. We were all given
the standard menu. I thought this was very deceptive and just not right. Once I asked, she matter of factly said, "oh yeah this is a different menu. " Drinks and wine were great. The food was good, crab cocktail especially good. We had chicken and steak. Dessert was even better than the wine. We did have to wait quite some time for the warm chocolate cake. Overall the service was very slow and not what you would expect from fine dinning. At $300 plus for 4 (2 young children) they didn't do a good job of making it feel special.
Morton's participation in WRW was generous and well executed. The food quality was very high as always, the options were very good, portions ample (one had lobster bisque with upcharge, 6 oz. filet, asparagus and crème brulee) and the service was superb. Ms. Charlene provided exceedingly pleasant, highly professional and attentive service throughout all three courses and with beverage services. Morton's gets highest marks for gracious treatment of a female dining alone after working late, which puts them to the head of the short list for return business, as sometimes a femme sole can be sent to an Outer Siberia table near the kitchen or entry traffic, but they gave a great table. The atmosphere was inviting, and noise levels low. A wonderful experience and a most welcome oasis of calm from the local summer heat and storm, both literal and figurative, in late August, 2017, Washington area.
Restaurant week and great selection of choices for $35. Lobster bisque was phenomenal ($3 upcharge worth it with large lump crabmeat). Steak cooked to perfection and paired with creamy spinach! Paired with house cabernet which was fine over happy hour. Chocolate Mousse wonderful too! Would like to try happy hour menu sometime!
A fantastic dinner featuring a bone in steak for each of us cooked precisely the way we ordered it. Started with a great salad, an authentic Caesar. The sides were truffled fries and creamed spinach also perfect. The only problem: no room for desert. The setvoce could not have been better.
we went for the restrurant week special $35 for a three course meal the Mortons salad was topped with anchovies- which I would have requested not on my salad had I known even after I removed them there was a strong aftertaste the meat was as ordered and the side dishes were extremely large (but tasty!) while service was friendly
the kitchen was slow it was just short of two hours from the time of our reservation and our departure. and I am not a slow eater.
Construction out front makes getting to the restaurant challenging.
Quality of the filets seems to have gone down a notch, may be because of restaurant week or their $1 filet mini burgers special at the bar.
Because of the above items, our visit was not as special as we remember.
Our meal was very very good and the service is always attentive without being intrusive. Todd and Caleb take excellent care of us whenever we are there and the quality of the steak and its preparation have improved immensely over the last year or so. Once the construction is complete and the front is back in business with the valet, etc it will be an even better experience.
The service and food were great! When making the reservation I mentioned it was my husband's birthday that we were celebrating. They personalized menus for us with a happy birthday message for him. They took our picture and put it in a cute cardboard frame and gave us the menus to take home as a keepsake. My husband was surprised and loved what they did to make his birthday dinner more special. They even gave him a free dessert of his choice.
The venue is under construction so keep that in mind for the foreseeable future. Parking can be challenging and is not free. Fortunately it is right at the Bethesda Metro stop. The lighting was so dark we had to use the lights from our cell phones to read the menu. We were a table of 4 trim figured folks who found our booth too tight on room. The food was terrific and the wait staff were attentive. This was a wildly Expensive dinner, but it was a special occasion.
While I understand that Morton's bills itself as an upscale steak house, which is in part why we selected it for a special occasion, the cost is well above what I deem reasonable for the meal and experience we had. I say this having assumed going in that we would be paying a premium for the meal. There were three of us and we had a relatively simple meal - 3 cocktails, one appetizer for the table, two steak dishes and one pasta/seafood dish, two a la carte vegetable side dishes, and one dessert. The price with tip came close to $300. We did not have wine or any other drinks other than the three cocktails listed. In my humble opinion, the meal cost was excessive. With the relative absence of additional alcohol, I would figure it for a $200 meal or so, maybe $225. It was definitely tasty but not anywhere near a $300 meal experience. Service was decent enough ... ambience so so ... food was well done and tasty. I would not recommend Morton's to a friend and would advise that $300 would be much better spent on a different meal experience.
Ambiance & food were exceptional even though the server brought the incorrect meal to one guest then claimed it was never ordered. Communication between server and reception desk was poor as well as the communication between server and guest being poor. Reservation was previously made for my son's 13th birthday and there was no knowledge by the server about the occasion. It was no longer a surprise to my son when we had to ask if the restaurant would provide him with a cake or other option (paid or free of charge was not an issue). A generouse slice of cake with a candle was eventually brought to the table and was eventually comp'd to the bill but didn't matter at that point as the disappointment/damage was already done.
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