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About Morton's The Steakhouse - New Orleans
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.
New Orleans, LA 70130
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, 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!
Complimentary 3 hour parking with validation in the Canal Place lot.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Morton's in New Orleans 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/neworleans
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Morton's The Steakhouse - New Orleans Ratings and Reviews
We arrived early and were seated fairly quickly. The waiter and staff didn’t seem as polished as I would have imagined for an establishment such as this. Our server was good 4 out of 5 on scale: I ordered the prime ribeye and my son ordered the Cajun ribeye and they gave me his and we didn’t realize it until we were half done. The lobster bisque was great, a little salty, but took forever to eat since they served teaspoons to eat it from. The sides were also brought to us with no serving spoons just teaspoons. It was like they needed to go wash dishes. It was New Year’s Eve but not that crowded. I would give this a 7 for the $400 meal we were served, that did include 2 glasses of wine and 3 glasses of cheap champagne. Steaks were good but not the best I’ve ever had. I most likely won’t go back. I will try something else before this again.
We invited friends from out of town in for NYEve and had dinner at Morton's. The steaks were great as was the lobster from my steak and lobster combination. The crab cake tasted a bit off, tasted fishy. They did remove from our bill.
Good selection of wine and we enjoyed several. Shrimp Alexander App was enjoyed by our guest. The special Wagyu steak was a great flavor and super tender which it needed to be for the $79 price.
All in all great evening, great food, we will be back.
Food was disappointing. Was there 3 years ago and had an awesome meal. This was average at best and for these prices I expect perfection. I’d still give it another chance. Maybe they were having a bad night . Cut of meat and was not up to par. Oysters pre shucked at 19$ per half dozen. Unacceptable.
We went on New Years which is traditionally the worst night to eat out with Pre set menus and high prices. Not Morton’s. They had the full menu, the meal was spectacular as always. From the warm onion bread to the shrimp cocktail to Caesar’s salad everything was perfect. Then the Filets came out and you scratch your head asking yourself how do they serve an absolutely perfect steak every single time. The cut of meat was spectacular. Just perfectly marbles for flavor and cooked exactly the way we ordered them. Our server was spectacular. I had taken my daughter, a junior at Clemson, to NO for the Sugar Bowl and the game didn’t go the way we wanted but our meal the night before was perfect. Thank you for giving a mom and daughter a wonderful evening during our trip of a lifetime.
The food was scrumptious, the service was horrible. I started the time from the time we were seated. It took 20 minutes to get drinks to the table. After 1 hour there was not one drop of food on the table. We were there over two hours before we completed our meal. We even had a reservation and they were not busy.
Steak was good, salad had some brown lettuce. The souffles for dessert were like rubber. Had been warmed in a microwave. They make a big deal about being cooked to order and that did not happen. It was Christmas night so maybe they were slammed. I have had better meals at other Landry's restaurant. When the substitute dessert came, it was straight from the refrigerator and should have been served room temperature.
We missed out on reservations last year for Christmas; however, we were able to secure our reservations this year. This place is a must if you like steaks. They are cooked to the perfect temperature and always tender. The staff is attentive and restaurant setting is perfect for any occasion. Thank you again for a great dinner.
Morton's is elegant, in a masculine kind of way...dark, heavy, glittery, scrumptious...Service is impeccable....Food is wonderful...I especially adore the filet with bearnaise sauce...I take guests here for special occasions because Morton's is what old-style famous restaurants used to be: classy...Not stuffy...Just...classy...on every level...
Fine dining at its very best! After a long day at a football game and walking the streets of NOLA my group was ready to relax. Service and food were awesome! My husband was quite impressed with his lamb! We all enjoyed the hot onion bread and fine wine. We will be back soon.
Our server was very attentive, however, the Chilled Seafood Bouquet was extremely overpriced and the underwhelming quality and value of this item completely overshadowed the graduation celebration. On the other hand, my ribeye steak met my expectations for steakhouse quality.
We ordered our drinks and once we got them and ordered food we never got refills or asked if we wanted refills. We had to leave early for an emergency so we got everything post-appetizer to go. The food was excellent even later, cold. However, we didn’t get a side of Brussels sprouts we ordered. Overall not the attention you would expect from a $200 meal. This was our first and probably last trip to Morton’s.
My husband and I LOVED everything about our dinner at Morton's. In New Orleans, there are many exceptional restaurants to suit varied tastes. If you want the best tasting steak, candlelight, and white table cloth service and ambience, there is no better than Morton's! Although the prices can be extravagant for some, but we found it to be worth every penny. The experience was calm, elegant, and extraordinary! It will be a "must" for us on every New Orleans trip.
If we had not spent the night sick to our stomachs after eating at Morton’s, I would have given the food 3 stars for taste. But after spending $450 for 3 people and a night by the toilet, you get 1 Star. We ordered their signature porter house and for a $120 steak, I would have thought more care would have been taken to properly season it. Bland bland bland. Cooked inconsistently. Yikes. Service was great. So was the dessert. Someone should call the health department or check how they are handling their beef. There are several other steak restaurants I would recommend in New Orleans before Morton’s. It’s really gone downhill from what I remember.
Terrible service, even though we were one of three small tables on a Monday night. Served French Onion Soup luke warm. Inexcusable. Altogether disappointing and frustrating experience. There are too many great restaurants in New Orleans to go to this mall/chain steak house.
Once again Morton's has produced another gem. As always the location is in a upscale area. The entire staff went above and beyond to be absolutely sure that our dining experience would be second to none. The decor was fabulous by design and as clean as a surgical room. Morton's New Orleans is at the top of my list for all future trips to NO LA. Well done! RWE
Very disappointing evening. We were there for an anniversary dinner. A large private party was allowed to expand into the bar and spill into the dining room. They were LOUD. The food was average. I had filet mignon. My husband had shrimp pasta. We shared puréed cauliflower with truffles. Also bottle of wine. Food was bland. Could’ve had the same experience at much lower end places. Service was slow. Maybe because of the large parties ( there were also a few tables of 5 near us). Even the complimentary anniversary cheesecake tasted like a frozen Sarah Lee type treat. Not terrible food. Just blah. Forgettable. And when you pay $50 for a la cart steak, you want memorable. Not at all the Morton’s experience I’ve had in LA and NY. Too bad. We are local NOLA folks. Can’t imagine going back. Too many better options in this culinary town.
Very good. Everything from the bread to the dessert was delicious. We went for restaurant week and the pace of our food was a little off. I think our waiter was given our table and it wasn't in his section so he was running around a bit. It took some time for our bar drinks to arrive. And spacing from our appetizer to when the main course came was like really quick but I'm not sure that was our waiter's fault. The food was just finished quickly. The ambience of the restaurant is really nice. It's really pretty black, white and cream. And when you enter this restaurant from the street you come through a lobby area which has similar decor to the restaurant. Liked everything about it, definitely will return. If not here to another Morton's.
Not the experience we expected. The best part of this dining experience was our extremely amazing waiter. I will say the bread and the Iceberg Wedge were delicious but that's about where it stopped for me. I ordered the Mixed plate consisting of a 6 oz. Filet Mignon with 3 Grilled Shrimp & 2 Bacon Wrapped Scallops. While the steak was cooked to my liking it was bland. There was no taste to it and although I saw pink in the middle the cut was very dry. The shrimp were rubbery. For the table we ordered the Creamed Spinach and Twice Baked" Au Gratin Potatoes sides. Very mediocre. Usually you get a good side dish you bite into and you close your eyes and say "wow" this is great well not this time. I've actually had better au gratin potatoes from the Honey Baked ham store and those are frozen. Food is extremely overpriced.
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