Morton's The Steakhouse - Los Angeles
Monday - Friday 11:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
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
We met for lunch to catch up and celebrate birthdays. The service was good although the modifications I had requested to my order were not made (I did not bring it to anyone's attention since I was in a time crunch). We ordered 2 desserts to split; one we liked and the other - not so much.
A classic for downtown dining. The steaks are the best. So are the martinis. They have a very reasonable happy hour bar menu too.
The food and service with Christy was superb. My meal was extremely salty, however the chef re-made may entree but it still wasn't that satisfying. However, my salad and bake potato covered my appetite. I invite 5 other guest and they loved their entrees' to its fullness.
The service was horrible. Our server was forgetful and not attentive at all. As a server she was not proactive at all. Very disappointing.
Service from Miguel was attentive. Rib eye steak as part of 3 course lunch was tender, tasty and ample size. Desserts for the 3 course lunches we ordered were disappointing. The chocolate mousse was served in a mini champagne flute and contained about 4 - 5 bites of mousse. The cheesecake was a very generous portion, however the quality is not at all what it once was. The topping had an "off" flavor and the center wasn't of a cheesecake texture - more like it came from a mix.
They have modified the menu but the favorites are still listed. Our server was great.
We were disappointed in our meal at Mortons. My husband ordered a filet, which first came cold. Then, it came again, at the perfect temperature, but he said that it was not as good as the one at The Palm Restaurant in DTLA, although the price was certainly comparable. The chopped salad was good as was the cold seafood plate. Normally, the cold seafood plate is an appetizer, but I had it as my main course. Although it was a birthday celebration (special occasion), nothing regarding that occurred. Also, my cosmopolitan was only so-so. I have tasted much better. The service, however, was outstanding.
Rush services, average food (I do not recommend Chop Salad), many alternative steakhouse in LA.
Food was amazing! Bone in Rib Eye is a must!
Morton’s in DTLA is a great restaurant for lunch. It’s business lunch professional and offers traditional American cuisine for various diets and has a full bar.
Met a client here and ordered off the 3 course power lunch menu: 2 ribeye with garlic mash potatoes and a loaded baked potato, a Cesar salad and a Morton’s signature salad, finished it with a couple of strawberry cheesecakes. Probably have dined here in the DTLA half a dozen times and over a dozen times at the Beverly Hills Morton’s.
Our ribeye steaks were medium rare, seasoned and tasted good.
Was disappointed in the rather thinner cut though, also commented by my colleague. The garlic mashed potatoe was delicious bu the baked potatoe tasted dry as though previously cooked 2 days ago stale. Both salad were good but we did ask for additional dressing on the side because both salads lacked dressing.
Our waiter Cal was professional, attentive and nice. There are just a handful of business professional environment restaurants in DTLA and Morton’s is one to consider.
Great lunch special
Mortons is so consistently good. Food is delicious. Ambiance is nice. Service is impecable .
it's a bit too noisy for such a classy restaurant, even though it is a lunch setting. I barely can hear what my friend said across the table.
Food was really good. The host had a seriously snobby attitude.
Very loud, too many tables too close together, soup was good but steak had no flavor and was over cooked (I asked for rare and got well), dessert was disappointing. People pay for the name but Sizzler has better food. Save your money and go somewhere else.
Ok but not great. Main courses were wonderful, but starters, sides and dessert were just so-so. Pacing of meal was very slow. Restaurants is open to the bar, so noise level is high, particularly when you have loud, cackling people in the bar area. Server was very nice and capable. I would say this Morton's is better than a Ruth's Chris, but not in the same league as The Palm or Mastro's.
My husband and I had lunch during the Dine LA promotion period. The food and ambiance was great. I recommended to a coworker who went the same week and also was happy with the food and value.
I was disappointed because they didn’t acknowledge our birthdays. We felt rushed and the cake we paid $20 went missing we still had half a cake. And we could have taken it home. I’ve been to Morton’s in Newport coast, Las Vegas and Santa Anna and have received better service. But the food was delicious, with generous portions. The Bloody Mary was excellent. My steak, salad, and appetizers were excellent.
We did Dine LA here. It was a great value. Food was delicious! Service was excellent.
Our waitress last night was phenomenal. She was friendly, had a great personality and made our experience there excellent. This is the first time we’ve been to Morton’s, but it definitely won’t be our last.
Server was not friendly and never clean our table once before and after each course. We still have breadcrumbs on our table after paying the meal!
Desserts was told needs to wait for 20 minutes. If there’s time needed for making desserts, why not time it while we were eating by observing our progression on our meal?
The server was never attentive enough to do so!
The chop and steak was under seasoned, the sides was water downed, and not feeling I’m eating at Morton but more like eating at home.
The server was not professional. My friend and I went to Morton's for DineLA event to celebrate her birthday. We don't like Blue cheese dressing and ask the server to give us Ranch dressing on the side. Although he said Yes, I'll make sure.... the salad came with blue cheese dressing all tossed. We both couldn't eat the salad. Steak was good, but dessert came so late, we had to ask them to bring it out.
It was a disappointment for my first time experience. I'd not go back there again.
Service was slow .
Steak was good and prepared well, but come with nothing else on the plate, so separate side orders are essential.
The lighting can be turned up slightly, way too dark.
Morton’s always goes above and beyond! They made our anniversary dinner so wonder and memorable!!
Excellence from start to finish, GREAT FOOD & Service
Those of you who read my reviews know that I am a "foodie," and I keep it real! The service was very good; however, the food was bad!
The chopped salad had absolutely no flavor... the blue cheese dressing was bland... I had to use plenty of salt/pepper to get the slightest flavor. The entrees were even worse... extremely bland, the crab cake served room temp., and the creamed corn was more like corn soup! The ONLY items worth anything were my sangria and the crab appetizer.
I've been to many high-end steakhouses... Mastro's, Flemings, Del Frisco's... all "head and shoulders" above this Morton's. Literally, $300 down the drain (we packed most of the food up and gave it to the homeless gentleman outside of the restaurant... I only hope he enjoyed it more than we did).
Nice to see that Morton’s has a lunch menu. Great food and service.
Very good food, great staff, and great ambience. Took my dad for his birthday, it was the perfect choice! Our server, Christie, was marvelous.
The ribeye was simply subpar compared to other steak joints I've experienced recently. Was really frankly disappointed. For such an expensive meal, one should be blown away. I suspect our client was underwhelmed as well. For a $750 meal, it's the last thing I'd expect.
Always good food, bit expensive but worth. Service was good but asking for desert while we didn’t finish the main course was a bit odd.
the food was great as usual, but our waitress was a bit off. not rude but not quite 100% together.
Thought we'd try their 40th anniversary prix fixe special. Wait staff were hesitant to bring us the menus and treated us rather poorly until some in our party ordered off the regular menu.
We don't have this problem at other restaurants (e.g. Ruth Chris, Roy's, Fleming's, etc.). Just a bad way to start off what was to be a celebratory dinner. Very disappointing.
The waitress was rushing the service, not well trained. She even asked us to pass the used dishes to her, forgot to take our photo, bill was given before asking, she passed it to a lady instead of gentleman...
Service was so slow, we almost left without lunch
Thanks for a wonderful anniversary dinner for our parents! The filet was perfect--tender and cook just as ordered. We had classic sides of creamed spinach, broccoli, and "twice baked" au gratin potatoes. Dessert was also a treat. A photo of our group rounded out the evening.
The first drink we ordered took ~15 minutes to receive and our waitress was no where insight. We then ordered a steak medium well and received it medium rare- it was taken back to the kitchen to be cooked more. On our second round of drinks my wife received the incorrect drink and subsequently realized that her first drink was also incorrect. We decided to order dessert only to have the waitress tell us that the hot chocolate cake only to be told it would take 45 minutes. We asked about the soufflé and same response. I have no issues that these dishes take so long to make but normally, waiters and waitresses have told us that at the start of the meal so that we could choose then and have it brought out after dinner.
We have been to many Morton’s restaurants and have always had a great experience - until this one. It wasn’t terrible service - it was just painfully mediocre for the meal price.
Also, not once did a manager stop by and ask us how things were (normally the course at Morton’s).
Also there were only ~15 people in the restaurant on a Saturday night at 9pm in downtown LA.....something is wrong here.
Server was confused about the Beefsteak tomato and blue cheese salad I ordered. Came back asking me about a steak salad on the lunch menu. Ordered a 6oz filet medium. After 2 bites that were cold, I sent back as it was rare. When returned, manager said they brought the temperature up for me...as if I asked for something other than what I originally ordered. It was fine after that. My husband had pork chop which he could not finish as he got to the bone as it was undercooked as well. We have eaten at many Morton’s and always enjoy, but this was not a good experience.
Horrible seared foie gras. Omg.