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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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Morton's The Steakhouse - Pittsburgh Ratings and Reviews
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!
Last Saturday we celebrated our 22nd anniversary at Morton’s. We were delighted to find menus personalized for us, with “Happy Anniversary” and the date. We also had a nice (we actually looked OK, for a change!) picture taken, which was presented as a keepsake in a black folder with a handwritten greeting in silver ink. The above gestures, alone, would have made our evening special. But, in addition, everything we ordered was done to perfection - without exception. Even at the best of restaurants, our filets (too often) arrive overdone. But this visit was a rare (no pun intended) exception! Jessica, our server, as well as the sommelier, were gracious and attentive throughout the evening. Looking forward to our next visit before a future PSO concert.
From the hostess to the bar and bar area servers all were quite friendly, polite and responsive. The sommelier was outstanding. The price of meat can be reduced now that cattle prices have fallen down after the ridiculous price jump several years ago.
Overall experience was nice, however, we had issues with how the steaks were cooked. You would hope that a top steak restaurant such as Morton’s would have cooking a steak down to a science, but it was not the case. A steak ordered as medium-well came out medium-rare and a steak that was ordered to be medium-rare was still cool from not being cooked enough. For the price paid for the dinner, that was a disappointment.
Morton's Steakhouse keeps it standard high and manages to include innovative and accommodating options on it's menu. Table locale in this location matters; being seated toward the front near the bar can be a disruption to a high class meal. The staff is professional and attentive. The steak options are superb.
The dining experience at Morton's is without peer. The middle aged gentleman manager with eyeglasses always makes me feel welcome and appreciated and he is always in action. The ambience, stately, and sedate atmosphere is marvelous and diners can be heard by their companions without having to yell. Our server, Jessica, was friendly, welcoming, sweet, and efficient. She performed many quality checks. Our medium rare filets were closer to rare, but delicious. The $100 deal for complete dinners with no skimping on portion sizes, and including wine, is an excellent value. Bravo!
Had dinner reservations before the theater. The staff was very accommodating since we were held up in traffic and running late. Our server was very attentive and ensured that are meals were expedited. The service was outstanding.
The food was good but not outstanding and not worthy of the price of the meal. I ordered the Cajun Ribeye medium rare. The temperature was acceptable and the meat was tender, but the Cajun seasoning was faint at best. Although I like a marbled steak, there was more fat than I'd like to see in a prime cut ribeye. Also, the weight (16oz. on the menu) seemed a little light on the final product. My date ordered a petite filet rare and it was cooked a bit more than rare. We had the Au Gratin potatoes which were good, but not great. Overall was good meal, but not even close to the level I would expect for a $150 tab.
Overall, very good. Service was quite good & the food ranged from fair to very good. The chicken bianco came out lukewarm but it was tasty. The tomato salad was okay, but the tomatoes were refrigerator cold with no flavor. Miso Sea Bass was stellar and the best part of the visit.
As always Morton's truly measures up to their impeccable reputation. We asked for special menus without prices and it was gladly taken care of. We were served in the most professional wonderful manner and we had a great evening with drinks and awesome food. WE WILL be back!!!
Our food was amazing our server condescending. Not only did she yell everything to us she talked to us like we were 2 years old every 7-10 min. It was hard to enjoy ourselves or have a conversation when your angry every time she approached us. When I fist sat down and the menu was being explained(what a Cesar salad was specifically and what does pick one from each category meant) I wanted to get up and leave.
His salad and my lobster bisque was good I wanted Morton salad but it was pre mixed with blue cheese which I hate. My steak was perfectly medium and the chicken Christopher was good. We both had mashed potatoes that were bland and big chunks of uncooked potatoes. I'm no fan of dark chocolate so I didn't enjoy the mouse.
As much as I did not enjoy myself I'd come back for the food.
Pricey, noisy, excellent steaks. We dined during Pittsburgh's fall restaurant week. The menu presented on arrival was about 50% different from what was advertised online. Tasty, though, so no complaints there...except that they should be more honest. The drink menu had no prices. We found later that the sangria we were served was $16 per glass! Very good, but that seems a bit high. Valet parking at night was very good and not expensive. All told, dining at Morton's cost us at least 50% more than we expected...so be prepared. If prepared, you will enjoy the food and drinks...but you will find it difficult converse (due to noise).
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