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About Morton's The Steakhouse - San Antonio
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.
San Antonio, TX 78205
Steakhouse, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Crockett & Bonham
$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 $6.00 per vehicle.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Morton's in San Antonio 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/sanantonio
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Morton's The Steakhouse - San Antonio Ratings and Reviews
Ian the bar tender is professional and thoroughly engaging. Service and attention to detail were both exceptional. Ambiance was spot on with an ability to have productive business conversations over high value exceptional quality wines. Food delivery had the right amount of pomp and circumstance and was served to meet highest expectations.
The Hostess was clearly unqualified for her job we made reservations for 7:15 and were not seated til well after 7:30 as were many other people she was rude as though it was all of our faults she was behind! Some group ahead of us left because of her rudeness. Our waiter Charles was in such every time he stopped by our table as though is was a chore to get us the things we needed. I am a Landrys select member and wanted to use the numerous points I have earned and I even mentioned that to him and he missed that as well ! The food was incredible though! Hats off to the chef ! Too bad for such awful service!
This place is so amazing. It is expensive but it is the best food you’ll ever have. Our only disappointment was the asparagus was cold both on the plate it came with the dinner and the side dish. We also wished our server had told us the plate was going to come with asparagus as we would’ve ordered a different side dish. The steaks were cooked to perfection and were fabulous.
We were seated right away, but they did not have creme de cassis for my wife’s kid royale aperitif and only CA Wines by the glass.
Our appetizers and salads came right away, but there was a 30 minute pause for our main courses and my plate (pepper steak) was cold.
While the manager was visiting tables close to us while we were waiting and our waiter only came by two times, just saying the kitchen was jammed up, the manager waited until we received our main course and was not aware of our wait, so I figured it was not worth any comment.
Other tables seated after us had their main courses well before ours arrived.
The bill had to be worked twice and the printout did not list my birthday reward and since we paid with a Morton’s eGift Card we received no rewards points. O have a question in with Landry Selleck Club on this.
We were treated well but our waiter (BQT07) was always apologizing and hesitant and his asssitant (Nic) never identified himself.
This was not our first visit to Morton's, we returned here after having very positive experiences. Having said that, we won't return. Morton's no longer offers the classy, fine dining experience most would expect when spending $150+ per plate. The valet was so unerstaffed, a line of cars was blocking Crockett street to Alamo Plaza. The wait staff were unable to provide the level of service, the manager, who identified himself as the sommelier, did a poor job of pairing a wine with the food, cocktails arrived so late the ice was melted in the drink. The food was VERY good, the shining star they have. However, when planning our next evening out for fine dining, Morton's won't be on our list.
The steaks were expensive but very average. Service was terrible. The restaurant was 1/2 full, but we had to keep reminding her that we had ordered drinks, bisque. We had ordered the custom desert early, but they forgot to put it in the oven until we reminded them. We waited 15 minutes for that to be ready. We are Landrys Club members and they never asked about it. We won’t be back.
We thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere, food and curiosity. Other than we had to wait over a hour and half for our food. We realized a large group with 3 small children might have caused the delay. We were patient and the food was delicious. All went well. Thank you again for the friendly hospitality and great dining.
The food was very good (once it arrived - my particular order wasn’t put in with my fellow companions). The service was below average. I also never got a glass of wine I ordered. They couldn’t deliver the correct meals to the correct recipient, and kept taking it back to shuffle them again. So awkward.
Our table wasn’t ready when we arrived (we were on time). The wait staff was very professional and service was excellent. My steak was cooked on this inside as ordered, but the exterior was over done. My wife’s steak was excellent. We ordered the truffle French fries, and were very disappointed, as the actual fries seemed to come out of a box, not fresh cut. The desserts were very good, I had the cheesecake and my wife had the bread pudding. Overall though when you spend $50+ for each meal, I expect it to be excellent and fresh across the board. That is why I rated the overall value lower. It is still an excellent date location.
We’ve been going to Morton’s for years. The quality of the food is not the same. Our salads last night were wilted. The servers were frantic and the restaurant wasn’t even completely full. I’d also like to add that the staff on our visit in September informed us that our points had expired. We were loyal costumers but now we’re concerned.
We walked in15 minutes before our reservation, and they seated us immediately. The food was amazing. The wine list was fabulous.
The atmosphere left much to be desired. It felt like an Elks lodge. Or maybe a knights of Columbus. A (very expensive)steakhouse with a pig lantern on the table....
The host was great. Very polite from the beginning. But, he probably needed a helper since he was also answering phone calls and leaving his post to seat us.
The server ..... sigh. I have had better service a McDonalds. Sadly. This guy, left a giant stack of menus at our table(which was tiny), for 10 minutes, until a manager came and took them away. Our server spoke so fast we couldn’t understand him very well. And after we were finished eating, he brought a flier selling a “Rewards card”...... this isn’t Chili’s folks. It’s a $$$$ restaurant. I am not buying a $65 steak, and a $170 bottle of wine because I want to use my rewards card. I don’t want to hear about that. It doesn’t belong in this restaurant.
The food was really good, however, this place needs help if they expect a return visit.
As it stands, I will not be returning. Nor will any of my friends or family.
Seemed a little disorganized. Confusion on who was assigned to a table. Watched a couple sit down and 2 different servers approached table to take drink order. Another table, a couple sat there for a good 15 min. before they asked host about receiving service.
It was certainly not a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. My husband and son shared the 48 Oz Porterhouse steak for 2. My daughter-in- law had a steak and seafood combo. I had the lobster tail. While the food was delicious, the service excellent, it was still a little hard to digest the $500 plus check at the end. We'll chalk it up to being a holiday extravagance, but I don't anticipate us eating there again.
I have been to many Morton’s and on this visit I had the best bone in ribeye I have ever had at Morton’s. I ordered Nickel and Nickel Cabernet by Coravin and whereas at most Morton’s the wine is poured at tablside, mine was brought out in a small glass decanter. I discussed this with Jodi the manager and she agreed that the tableside pouring of the wine does add the experience. She said that they will make tableside pouring the standard and she offered a complimentary after dinner drink. Overall it was a great dining experience and I would return for dinner next trip to San Antonio.
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