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About Morton's The Steakhouse - Pittsburgh
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.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5pm - 10pm, Friday - Saturday 5pm - 11pm
Between 6th & 6th Streets
$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 uses 2 lots nearby.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Morton's in Pittsburgh 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/pittsburgh
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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.
Morton's The Steakhouse - Pittsburgh Ratings and Reviews
Food was average at a way above average price. Server felt overwhelmed and too busy. We weren’t given the dessert menu until it was really too late to order hot dessert. The mushrooms were too salty and the cauliflower was only moderately warm. Definitely not top steakhouse choice in Pgh - Hyde Park was better. Lobster Bisque seemed greasy. Overall disappointed with this visit.
Anyone who believes that Morton's is priced out of reach for most should consider the superb meal my wife and I enjoyed at the marvelous Downtown Pittsburgh location on Thursday, 11 January 2018. For $40, my promotional meal included a more than ample complete dinner: large loaf of fresh, warm onion bread and whipped butter, caesar salad, cajun pork chop, a full, large order of mashed potatoes, and key lime pie. Everything was delicious. My recent $250 gift card purchase entitled me to a $50 bonus certificate and the Morton's Select Club membership provides further value and perks. Of course, Morton's wonderful ambience and fine service are a part of every feast. We left the table glowing! Bravo!
Extremely disappointed. I was really looking forward to this dinner and the service could not have been any worse. Apparently if you don’t know the staff or order a $300 bottle of wine, no one will pay attention to you. We never received bread until our main course arrived. The filet was cooked rare at best when medium rare was ordered. Our waiter checked our table 3 times all evening even though he was at the table next to us the entire night checking on his friends. I honestly never write reviews and the ONLY reason I am writing one now is so that other couples don’t experience this. Go to Eddie Vs if you plan on having a nice dinner.
Meh. We dine out a lot. Steaks were overpriced with average flavor. Potatoes Au gratin were yesterday’s baked potatoes diced up with some cheese thrown on them. Asparagus was just steamed, nothing special. Onion bread was dry. Service was average. It’s hard to find a good steak at a restaurant. We decided that we could have gone to a Lone Star and had just as average of an experience as we did at Morton’s but at a price that would have left us feeling as though we recieved what we paid for.
Food way too expensive. $62 NY strip and not even that tender. $45 for tiny filet. Should get something with the high priced entrees. We split potatoes au gratin... needed cooked more. Service & chocolate dessert good. Wine not that great. Coffee not good quality. They need to lower prices..... lots of good restaurants in Pittsburgh. Andrew’s steakhouse in casino as good or better.
We had Christmas dinner with friends at Morton's. Our server was excellent, efficient friendly and knowledgable. Dinners were well prepared and large in quantity. The only downside was the final bill. OUCH! Probably the most expensive restaurant in Pittsburgh. The wine list was very overpriced. Morton's you need a few moderately priced wines and meals otherwise you will be reduced to expense account meals and not the normal Pittsburgh's.
This was my second time to Morton’s. Usually I’m Ruth’s Chris all the way when I feel like overpaying for steak. Overall the experience was good. However, servers were slow due to what appeared to be an understaffed restaurant. Food was good for the most part. 2/7 people in our group had their steaks cooked to incorrect specifications. Sides were good, dessert was good, appetizers were good. Nothing to blow your hair back though. I would go back but for less money and better service and food I’d go elsewhere.
100% Excellant. Only issue was we told Sean, waiter we has time constraint with show. We pre-ordered deserts. Sean got swamped and we were pressed for time. Had to get desserts to go. Chocolate suflay did not last going home. Not something you want to get to-go. We had 2 1/2 hours from when seated but still ran out of time
Delicious food. Since we were celebrating my birthday and they knew when we reserved, they took a picture and provided a free dessert of our choosing. They also provided dated birthday menus. Service was attentive and it was a comfortable, quiet atmosphere for talking.
The cost was more than we would usually spend on a meal, even for a special meal but the quality was excellent.
We went for an early dinner before a concert and the staff was excellent about watching the clock for us so we would not be late. The food and the service were, as always, excellent. The nine of us chose a variety of choices and all were good. The truffle cauliflower dish is a must try. Yum!
We were seated right next to the kitchen, where the waiters congregate. They carried on loud, personal conversations among themselves, because of the kitchen noise, that we had no interest in. The wait staff should have a separate area to await the food prep so that the entire dining room does not have to hear them. The price of the food is exorbitant!! We were shocked at our bill....without wine! Don't go unless you want to spend your weekly paycheck. Plus a $50 tip....outlandish! The shrimp was tough, scallops, under-cooked, filet, small and everything else alacarte! I could buy a 25 lb. bag of potatoes for less than I paid for 1 baked potato. You get a much better value at Outback, or Longhorn. Why can't they at least give you a side dish with your entree?? Will never go back, unless I hit the lottery.!
We went to Morton's to escape from "trick-or-treaters" on Halloween, so it was fairly quiet. We had a booth, which was very comfortable, but it was a U-shaped seating arrangement, which I always find a bit awkward. The service was excellent. We were greeted and seated promptly, and instantly had drink menus and fresh water. Throughout the night the service was attentive but unobtrusive. Our waitress was able to answer all of our questions and made some recommendations. The drinks were very good (I highly recommend the Sidecar) but pricey, even for this level of restaurant. The steaks were cooked correctly, but I found mine to be a bit bland and high on fat, and the side dish potatoes needed seasoning. I had the shrimp and scallops with my steak, but they were nothing special. Our appetizer and dessert were delicious however, and we even took some home for later that night!
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