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About Morton's The Steakhouse - Biloxi
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.
Biloxi, MS 39530
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Monday 5:30pm - 9pm
Tuesday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 11pm
Sunday 5:30pm - 9pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Morton's The Steakhouse - Biloxi Ratings and Reviews
Good food with a broad range of offerings beyond steak, which of course is what Morton's is known for. They had mixed grills with combinations of fish/crab cakes/filet mignon with shrimp and bacon wrapped scallops. The sides are always a highlight, let by the whipped cauliflower and the lobster mac & cheese.
I really wish the servers wouldn't put such a hard sale on appetizers. As the host, it puts a lot of pressure to spend a huge amount on appetizers when everyone is about to fill up on a big meal anyway. Of course, that's the goal- put pressure on the host to run up the tab.
First of all, I have NO problem spending more money for fine dining. However, when I do so I expect better food quality than I would get at an Outback Steakhouse.
PRO: The staff here is amazing. Our waiter, Johnathan, was fantastic. He knew the menu well and made sure we were very well taken care of. The hostess staff was friendly and they seemed delighted they were able to get us the best table for two in the house.
- The decor was tasteful without being over-the-top tacky. We were given a table for two by the window that had a beautiful view of the harbor. Furnishings and tableware went together well.
- The cocktails were outstanding. Delicious, not watered down, and not so strong you couldn't drink it. One of the best Old Fashioned I've had.
CONS: The food. While the oysters we started with were exceptional, the entrees left much to be desired. Steaks were cooked correctly but were served lukewarm and the flavor was just so-so. The shrimp in the mixed grill were steamed, not grilled like you would assume they would be when you order the mixed grill. Shrimp was also BLAND. Just no flavor at all. Bacon-wrapped scallops were tasty and the twice baked au gratin potatoes were also good. The overall quality wasn't awful but absolutely not up to par to be considered "fine dining". I could have had much better food for far less money.
SIDE NOTE: A dress code would do this place a world of difference. I understand its a casino but BR Prime at the Beau Rivage and Thirty-Two at the IP both require long pants and collared shirts for men. We ended up trying to enjoy a meal while guys in trucker hats and their over-intoxicated ladies who thought it was appropriate to throw around profanity at the top of their lungs the entire time. We're not prudes but there is a time and a place for that kind of stuff and it is not in a place that is supposed to be fine dining.
We're not going back.
Late Valentine’s Day dinner. Walked in and sat there waited for host to greet us. Made special request for seating and was seated at a table where my husband and I couldn’t hear each other. Special thanks to my server Kathy and her coworker for turning my night right back around. 🤗
We dine at Morton's Biloxi for Valentine's day dinner. Less than 5 minute wait on our reservation time. Note meals are pricey unless you're a "must clean your plate" person you will have leftovers. Bread delicious, we split a salad, crab cake for appetizer, with both entrees containing steak... we were stuffed; overall good meal would recommend a friend share everything unless you like leftovers
Note: Inside Casino however it's fine dining inside.
The service was exceptional. Our waitress was very helpful and patient. The food was delicious. We had rack of lamb, filet and lobster tail. All were cooked to perfection. Their signature chocolate desert was sinfully good. The restaurant was full but still quiet enough to talk. It was an overall great experience.
Out of the 4 people at the table I seemed to have the only steak/cut of meat that was not very good at all. I tried to be objective about the steak that was presented to me. I had everyone at the table try the steak just to get feedback. One of my friends at the table is a chef and has worked as a chef and in the food and beverage industry for 35 years. Every one agreed that there was a problem with the piece of meat that I had. Still by the time I had let everyone taste the steak, including me eating more than I really wanted too trying to remain optimistic, half of the steak was gone. We explained to the waiter the situation and he came back and said that his manager said she would allow him to take 1/2 the price of my steak off our bill. OK. Later, after I watched everyone finish their steaks and lamb, while I ate only the side dishes that remained I ask our server if I and only I, not the entire table, who were also getting there own after dinner drinks and or desserts, could get a complimentary after dinner drink. So I ordered a Frangelica and the server came back and said that his manager said no. So at that time I asked to speak to the manager. She kept trying to argue every point with me about the steak that it was starting to anger others at the table more than me. If she had just told the server to comp the Frangelica I would have been on my way would have never interacted with her and this review would have only been about the terrible steak I had and the very good dishes everyone else ordered. Instead, a manager at a restaurant that charges $65.00 or more for a piece of meat is going to try and argue with me and tell me I'm wrong about the steak I ordered and by the way we are not talking about the cook on the steak. It left our table with a story to tell about stupid customer service from a manager and a strong desire to take my $ somewhere else when I want to spend a lot of money on a steak dinner.
The service and food is amazing. I brought a friend and his wife that never experienced fine dining, boy did he have a great. He said that was the best steak he ever had in his life. He also assisted in the disaperence of 3 giant breads that were brought to the table. It was a very nice dinner.
the lobster bisque was too salty and not creamy enough. Also, am appalled to see the way people dress to come to this type of upscale restaurant. If you invoke a dress code (i.e. no hats in the dining room or shorts!!) it might take a while to get peoples attention but may be worth it in the long run. If this is not instituted, I would not return here and I live here in MS.
Not up to Morton's standards. We made a reservation for 3, the restaurant was nearly empty, and we were seated next to the kitchen. Service was sloppy and unprofessional. The asparagus was tough and undercooked. Beefsteak tomato salad was uninspiring. Steaks were well cooked and tasty but not worth the price tag. I have eaten in other Morton's and this one fell short in service and food.
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