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
While the venue is nice, the meal was quite disappointing. I ordered a seasonal special, bacon steak with whisky peach glaze. The bacon was charred (seriously, it was black and crumbling) on one side and undercooked (squishy) on the other, and the primary flavor was salt. I only tasted the glaze in one bite, and that just minimally. Followed that with a crème brulee that was barely crusty. For the price, I expected MUCH better, and so we don't plan to return. There are too many good restaurants in Houston to do this again.
Waiter was excellent and attentive. Food was great! Will definitely go again
Great food and amazing drinks! Had a wonderful time and will differently go back!
Food was good but can get very loud to hear people at a small table of 4 and it's freezing...not sure why they feel it needs to be this cold inside.
Our table was leaning heavily to one side and weak so we had to move to another table. Orders was not correct and the person keep looting water into our spirite. It became frustrating. To top it off the manager never did have the broken table removed. For $400 meal, I expected not hiccups for my experience
You can never go wrong with Morton’s Steakhouse Anaheim this particular branch took pride in preparing each of our dishes to perfection in the waitstaff was amazing would definitely go back
Had a steak here before a Rockets game. Quiet, nice, close and just right!
Mission accomplished. And very nice scallops
We chose to go to Morton's to celebrate my mother's retirement. She used to dine there often on business trips to Chicago, so we thought we would relive those times. Unfortunately, we did find the same restaurant that we used to visit years ago. Instead, we found a subpar and overpriced steakhouse whose glory days have long since passed. We should have gone to our normal staple Vic & Anthony's, but we thought another Landry's restaurant would offer a similar experience.
We undoubtedly had some highlights during the meal. The cocktails and wine selection were great, the lobster bisque included lots of meaty chunks, and we thoroughly enjoyed the truffle matchstick fries. The steaks, however, were lackluster at best. Our bone in ribeye was so thin that it was clearly impossible to get a hard sear while maintaining a medium rare temp. With so many options for amazing tomahawk ribeyes in Houston, I don't know anyone would ever choose this steak. Desserts were equally unappealing. Apparently, the famous chocolate lava cake was changed in favor of a more simple cake with some hard Haagen Daaz on the side. And the creme brulee was not properly set. Overall, we were very displeased with the value of our experience in Morton's, and we won't be coming back.
Very disappointing service and meal. We have enjoyed many Morton's throughout the country and always found them to be a consistent solid choice. One this visit we arrived around 5:#0 to enjoy the bar and lite bites / happy hour. Service was slow at best, manger was more interested in chatting with the bar tenders, steaks were overcooked...all around bad experience!
Love it every one was really nice
Fantastic food and fantastic service- what more can one ask for. Our waiter (Tino) was fantastic and very attentive as was the chef who came out to say hello along with the entire staff. Great job.
Good food not great value for the price. Service was great
I never write negative reviews, but after our service at Morton's Downtown, I feel compelled to do so.We were the only table in the dining room on a Friday night and the service was pathetic. We spent well over $1,000 and the manager gave a guest a hard time about his VIP status and after hour dinner cocktails.
Sticking to Pappa's Steakhouse from now on.
We love Morton's and this is the best Morton's where we have ever dined. Food, service, and everything else was great. The Assistant Manager, Gabriel Espinosa, visited us at our table and you could not find a more gracious or accommodating host. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone, and plan on revisiting every time I get to Houston.
I was extremely disappointed. We came to celebrate valentine's day and our first child being born. I specifically asked if I could have something special done. Whether it be a card or some small gesture to make it romantic. No, nothing on the table just a regular table in the middle. The server seemed rushed and uninterested. He kept asking if we decided and seemed to get annoyed when we couldn't decide. He didn't make it an experience. I asked him questions about the food which he said "it's good" The food wasn't hot when it came out even though you can watch the chefs cooking. I spent $200 JUST on dinner. I still tipped the server at least 18 percent but, I was not happy. The manager kept talking to the table behind us all night. I stared at him a few times but, he was into his conversation about how he just got a house etc etc.. he did not touch our table once to see how we were doing. I don't think I'll be returning. I cancelled a reservation at the spindle top restaurant to have dinner here because of the reviews and menu. I'm a server and I could've gotten better service and food somewhere less expensive. I understand that I'm not rich. I do not go eat at places like that on the regular. I'm a damn good tipper though and he would've gotten a waaaaay bigger tip if he had just been more personable. He didn't even ask us if we were celebrating anything or just having a night out. I'm extremely upset. I tried to keep my cool because I didn't want to ruin it for my husband but, he knew I was annoyed and unhappy with the level of service and food. I could've gone to my job, had waaay better, cheaper lobster mac n cheese, and even gotten 50% off. Watching all the other tables interact with their servers lauughing and having a good time while we were sitting there staring at everyone without one person to ask us if we were OK or needed anything. Drinks took forever and it wasn't even that busy for a Saturday.
Probably one of the best steaks I've every had! We loved it!
Late Valentine’s Day
Good time. A light was flicker the whole time and the steak was seared too much, but overall a solid place
The best lunch in downtown!
Food was good, the servers lack training. They worked as if it were a Denny’s, not a Morton’s.
Everything went wrong - wine had cork but got a new bottle, 2 steaks were cold and 1 over cooked.
Tried to heat up the 2 steaks in the microwave and just wanted to replace the over cooked.
Did complain that we were actually trying to have a dinner together and finally they decided to prepare 3 new steaks and they came out good.
No discount was offered - definitely not what you expect from a Morton’s
Valentine’s Day (Early)
Really good for the lunch get together. Left very pleased all around, no issues, service as needed not overwhelming, food very tasty, only 4/5 because I reserve 5/5 for immaculate experiences.
very overcrowded and unorganized. The staff was overwhelmed and was having issues controlling the amount of people waiting for tables. Once seated we waited over 20 minutes before anyone even came over. We then have 3 different people come over and ask the same questions. After all that no one brought our beverages. Once we received our meal, no one ever came back until they dropped off the bill. I have been at Morton's all over the country and this was a terrible experience in Downtown Houston. I will never go back to this particular Morton's again. I will find another steakhouse in Houston
Amazing steak, chicken and sides. Great service. Did not disappoint!
Our occasion was pre theatre dinner. We had a 5 PM reservation and was seated immediately. The onion bread was just out of the oven and delicious. We ordered Bacon Wrapped Scallops (good) and Crab Cake (average) for appetizers. The crab cake had to much binder and a small amount of lump crab meat.
The wife had the 20oz bone in Rib Eye cooked medium (delicious). The outside was seared just right and the center cooked perfectly. I had the Chicken Bianco (delicious). We shared the twice baked Au Gratin Potatoes and Key Lime Pie for dessert. Of course, we needed to go bags.
Very slow service to begin with. Food was good but a little pricey. Drinks were average. Overall a decent experience but probably not a great value.
The salmon at lunch was good, but overpriced at $38.
Very nice birthday celebration
Food was horrible. Ordered a $62 Porterhouse medium rare. It came out as this small, 1/2 inch thick, well done horrible tasting excuse for a steak. Took one bite and sent it back. They offered to bring something else but every other person The table had a poor quality, over done steak so I said no thanks. They didn’t even take the uneaten steak off the bill at the end of the meal. Will never go back to Morton’s. It was good years ago but they sold out and the new owner has destroyed this icon. Even our waiter admitted that things had changed a lot and not for the better. I’d recommend avoiding Morton’s and choose a steakhouse that still serves a quality product.
Amazing food and service - great for special occasions - expensive for day to day dining - great experience
Hosted our friends here for a birthday. Top notch service and the food was amazing. Really liked the shrimp cocktail presentation. This sounds lame, but the onion soup is actually better than the one I had in Paris at the Xmas market. Steak was perfect. Will be back.
We went to dinner for NYE and had a great time. However some of the food lacked salt and our waitress was absent. It took a long time for us to be greeted, have the table cleared and our beverage service was lacking as well. Im assuming her lack of availability also explains why my husband was served cold bisque. I expect a little more from a place like this even on NYE. However, the steak was one of the best I’ve had in a while and the other staff tried to help fill in the gaps.
Waited about 15 minutes to get our menus because there was a shortage and had to ask three times to see a cocktail menu. But other than that the food was excellent from the bread to the oysters to everyone’s steak and lobster, we finished it all!
They weren’t prepared for NYE staff wise. Brandon was great but everyone else was confused with table numbers for food deliveries. As a Vic and Anthony’s couple we were impressed with the shrimp cocktail and lobster bisque...nothing else.
The food and service were outstanding! We usually go to the Galleria location, however we will be back again.
Terrible service! It was my boyfriends and I first time going there and we were very disappointed in the service. Long story short, we were seated and completely forgot about. A waiter asked if we wanted water, we said yes but he never went back. We had to ask for the menus ourselves because they were never taken to us. The menus they took to us were dirty with food. A family got seated at a table near us AFTER us and they quickly got their menus and drink order taken. Everyone else was getting helped except for us. After 10-15 minutes of being ignored, we decided to leave.