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About Morton's The Steakhouse - Philadelphia
Thank you for reserving at Morton's The Steakhouse - Philadelphia. We look forward to serving you. USDA prime-aged beef, succulent seafood, fine wines, chilled cocktails, decadent desserts, crisp white linens and exceptional service...Morton's serves The Best Steak Anywhere. For more than 30 years, Morton's is the steakhouse by which all others are measured. For special events, private dining Boardroom information, worldwide location listing, gift cards and online reservations, visit www.mortons.com. Please note: To assure we can accommodate any special requests, please call the restaurant directly to confirm.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Bar: 5:00pm Daily
Monday - Thursday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, 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!
Valet parking $22
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Morton's in Philadelphia 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/philadelphia
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Morton's The Steakhouse - Philadelphia Ratings and Reviews
Excellent meal - all 4 of us enjoyed appetizer, salads and steaks/combo. All 4 meals were exceptional. Waitress was Casey(sp?) - she was excellent and knowledgeable and we also received the gift of her singing “Annie” - which was the show we were heading out to see!!! GREAT experience!
Food was excellent, I had the NY Strip Steak, we sat at the bar, Tomas, was outstanding we had several outstanding drinks he's a real mixologist. The manager checked in to make sure our food was prepared properly, it was a real treat as this is the first time ant the Mortons in Center City Philly. We will definitely return!!!
Apps and sides never fail to deliver but the steak (while temp cooked properly)... failed to deliver on taste... even my 9yr old recognized the lack of seasoning on the steak itself! Would be good to incorporate thyme, rosemary etc in the cooking process.. the lava cake never fails to deliver!! Overall scrumptious and very satisfied.
This was a new job celebration occasion/date so the ambiance was befitting, very cozy and intimate. It took our minds off the cold and windy rain outside that night. Our waiter was menu savy and very attentive as well as the floor manager. Food was excellent! Not your everyday place...definitely one for the books.
While the food remains excellent, the prices are ridiculous, even compared to other steakhouses. And the service, previously very professional, is now rushed and perfunctory. We were ignored for the first half hour after being seated in a room with only 4 occupied tables on a Friday night.
It was many months since we went to Morton's with all of the other competitive steakhouses in the Phila. center city area. That mistake was corrected on Saturday night. The filet's, sides and salads were very good. The service was very good (Thanks Chris). And the celebratory and complementary lemon souffle for two was very good also as was my selfishly and additionally ordered chocolate mouse which was off the charts fantastic. Morton's made our anniversary celebration dinner a very memorable one. See you folks much sooner than later going forward.
Unfortunately, the lobster bisque I ate on Sept. 28, made me sick. It was my birthday, and that night into the next morning I spent in the bathroom.
There was something wrong with the lobster meat. I thought it tasted off, so I did stop eating it, but I guess I ate enough of it to upset my stomach.
I did not notify the waiter, something I always do when there is a problem.
Unfortunately we didn't have the best experience! I guess because we went on restaurant week, we were treated like second class citizens by the waiter. Our potatoes were cold & there was a hair on our table! It's a shame because we always liked Mortons and they used to have exceptional service !
Morton's Steakhouse was a last second pick for my date and I for restaurant week, but I can definitely say that I will be coming back! The service was wonderful right from the check in desk all the way to the end check. Our waitress was kind and very informative about how our meat would be cooked, and she was perfect about keeping our glasses full of wine and water. The 6oz tenderloin was cooked beautifully at a medium rare for the both of us and I seriously wish I knew the recipe for their mashed potatoes! To conclude, our visit was wonderful and I will definitely be adding this restaurant to my Philadelphia rotation.
Unfortunately, Morton's shows it's age. I usually dine at another high-end steakhouse in the city, but having a gift card to Morton's, I was interested to see how it has held up. While the service was excellent, the food was so-so. Although both of our steaks were cooked properly, they did not have the flavor, nor texture that a filet and bone-in ribeye should have. The decor was nice and updated, but there were literally only three other tables with diners at 7:00 PM, which I think inherently says something about this restaurant. I think that with so many options in the city to choose from, Morton's probably sticks around due to business meals and those who are used to the same restaurant from other locales. There are much better steakhouses in Philadelphia, and even my friend asked "how could they still be in business?". Oh, and I find it unacceptable that I could hear the kitchen tenderizing steaks from my table; something that has never happened anywhere else. Next time I receive a gift card, I would probably just use it at the bar.
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