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
Excellent service, food was phenomenal, best way to spend a rainy night in Cincinnati
Food was excellent. Steaks were perfectly prepared all around. Sides smaller than I see from most higher end steak houses but were all delicious (Brussels sprouts, as gratin potatoes and cauliflower mash).
Service from good from secondary waitstaff (water/tea) up until the point that entrees were served. Then everyone disappeared.
Head waiter was nice but awkward and not well-informed. Not at all what i would expect. Maybe transferred from Chili’s.
This place is moderately loud so just be aware that quiet conversation would be challenging.
Amazing gave us a picture and all, great night!
I had dinner there a few nights ago. We sat at a high top in the bar area. It took around 10 minutes to get someone over for a drink order. It was the bartender w a new person training. So I get that you have a lot to do, but I've never gone to a Mortons that didn't have servers for the bar area on top of bartenders. The food was normal so good, but we didn't get our bread (that normally comes out w the water)until after we got our entrees. Fix your service, and I'd be happy to come back.
My husband and I both ordered the steak & lobster special for $59. This includes one 6oz steak and one 5oz lobster (correct me if I'm wrong on the oz number but I believe that is correct). We ordered a jumbo crab cake as an appetizer ($20.50- delicious but outrageous price for a normal size crab cake, I wouldn't call it jumbo) and then one side of mashed potatoes to share ($13- very yummy). We each had 2 drinks each- Prosecco ($14 per drink... tastes yummy and it was a special occasion) and my husband had captain and coke (don't remember the price- probably like $12 each). Everything was delicious except for the steak.... and it's a steakhouse. 😑 We both ordered ours medium and they were both charred and tasted burnt on the outside... again. I felt like I needed a sauce or something because it was so bland and the char taste just took over. This happened when we went back in October for the first time and spoke with the manager about how terrible the steak turned out. We decided to come back this Valentine's Day to give them another chance since we had a gift card... and it was not worth the $212 bill. At all. The manager came out and asked us how everything was and we told him it was much better (because it was- minus the steak)... but we hate complaining so we kept our mouths shut this time. Unfortunately, we will not be returning. I honestly have had better steak at Longhorn 😕.
My wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary yesterday evening. Wow! The Double Porterhouse for Two, was outstanding, and so was the Lobster Mac & Cheese. Our server, Tim, provided great service. Special thanks to the GM, for the wonderful Key Lime Pie.
First time I’ve been to Morton’s, It was a great time, steaks were on point! Service was perfect. I have visited majority of the steak houses in Cincinnati and would rank it as a top 3 steak next to Ruth’s and Walt’s. Blows Ruby’s out of the water.
The steak and seafood menu for Landry's club members is a great deal.
We had delicious food with sauces fresh made in the restaurant. The steak was cooked to perfection. Is an upscale restaurant with a friendly staff and we will definitely return to it.
Always a wonderful experience! Tony continues to do a great job serving. Thanks to all for making our celebration special.
My Wife and I ate there prior to a show.
Food was OK. Service was terrible. Waiter came to table and we asked about a special they had advertised and our waiter never heard of it. We asked for him to go check with someone, but he did not. We were kind of upset with his lack of concern for us. After we ordered, the table next to us had a waiter that just told them about the same deal/special we were asking our waiter about. We were not happy. So a floor manager came to our table and we discussed the situation with her and she tried to fix the problem by giving us a free dessert. We got our bill and it was $60 more than if we were able to get the special and was half the food. The special included Salad, Entree, Side, and Dessert. We just had 2 steaks, 1 side and the free dessert. I was still not satisfied and asked the general manager who said yes I have heard the situation and acted as if I was the one that was wrong. He went and changed my check (which he should) and threw down the new check in front of me and walked away. Not professional at all. The last thing the server said was I hope you have a better evening.
Now we are not new at eating at high end steakhouses. In the same week, we ate at Ruth Chris and Tony's Steak and Seafood. I will not be going back to Morton's. I will be going to Tony's even though I have to drive twice as far. But they treat you like family.
Always a great meal!A quiet Sunday evening and the service was excellent.
We dine at Morton's for a mid winter treat--holidays over, February still to come.
Every request was met with perfection--from our table location to the doneness of my steak--or lack thereof. Rare plus sometimes comes out medium rare.
As a Landry Club member, I ordered the January special--lobster tail and small filet. Perfect amount of each. My husband had the salmon.
I started with the wedge salad--took home enough for lunch the next day; we ordered the truffle matchstick fries and grilled asparagus as sides.
For dessert we shared the hot chocolate volcano cake.
We each started with a cocktail--I was brave and tried The Last Word. Very good--not too sweet, not too shocking--I was unsure about the Chartreuse. We each had a glass of wine.
John, our server, was spot on, friendly, yet professional, and the busboy kept our water glasses filled--I really appreciate that.
So glad we had our treat here.
It was my husbands birthday.
Best steaks ever!!
Outstanding service from valet check in to check out. Table service was impeccable! Thanks Tom! You were great! Food was outstanding and the wine incredible!
Excellent attentive service. Very good food, large portions, but very expensive.
Our server Bobby was fantastic. He remembered us from our last visit several weeks ago. He is very knowledgeable about the menu and had several suggestions based on our preferences.
Service was slow and very slow to remove dishes. Drinks were VERY pricey. My friend and I order a Cosmo at 16.00 and the glass was just over 1/2 full and made with some off brand triple sec. I asked for Cointreau . Ran out of grey goose after 1st Cosmo. Bar service was very very slow. Haven’t been to the restaurant in a while due to disappointing experiences. Nothing has changed. I won’t return. There are too many fine restaurants in Cincinnati so money better spent elsewhere.
What was once the best restaurant in Cincinnati has now dropped to Still the best steak in Cincinnati. Part of what you pay for is The Morton's Experience. Sadly, my last several visits, that has seemed to disappear. Will certainly give it another shot in hopes the old Morton's can return and it remains a fantastic steak as well as a fantastic meal worth the price.
Not my best experience at Morton's. Service was slow and inattentive. It took more than 10 minutes to get 3 uncomplicated bar drinks. Was not asked about second round of drinks. Bad smell in street entrance. Food was very good, however total experience fell short of $100 per person meal.
Fantastic food. Wonderful wine list. Romantic.
Steak undercooked. Disappointing. Not my best dining experience at a Mortons.
We are frequent guests because the food and service are always consistently great!
Terrible experience from start to finish! Appetizers were blah; veal ordered medium rare was RAW; pork chop dry- like trying to cut through a steel toed boot! A center cut filet that was smashed up and looked like it was cooked sideways. The soufflé that had to be ordered before the dinner? Really? If you saw it you’d be appalled - it was awful! Morton’s should be ashamed- $318???? Don’t waste your hard earned money- go to Ruth’s Chris instead.
Extremely disappointed. Came for NYE and seated in an over flow room with bright canned lighting, no decor just black walls. The spinach salad that we got on recommendation was so chopped it looked like slaw. The “Oscar” style filet with crab meat and asparagus was also so chopped up it was like seafood salad. We spent over $300! This was the worst experience I’ve had. I will never go back. We will continue to eat at Jeff Ruby’s
No one books at a Mortons without knowing the cost, and most of us are prepared for it. BUT, i have to say this, restaurants are going to far. Why is your single glass of coke worth an ENTIRE TWELVE PACK form the store? why is it worth OVER DOUBLE my other favorite restaurants? DO you use a special recipe that uses pure sugar form the virgin sugar fields of western Cambodia? Do you have a specially trained pour-ista service my drinks? Are you using a Waterford glass? No No No. Then don't charge me over four bucks for a coke. You got me for $420 for other food, why charge me over $12 for three sodas? Ludicrous
As usual the food was awesome. We did the surf and turf special and it was amazing. The creamed spinach is just absolutely awesome. My favorite side dish. I tried the escargot this time. It was OK. Something was lacking but I can’t put my finger on it. Disappointed that people would bring their infant children to the restaurant. Table next to us the roughly 1-year-old cried The entire meal. Made for not quite such an enjoyable evening but that is not Mortons fault. That is the stupidity of people to take a one-year-old to a super nice upscale restaurant.
Excellent food and service.
Location is great, but place was dead on Friday night between Christmas and New Years. Food was good, but for high end steakhouse I've had better and less expensive.