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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:
Monday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 11pm
Sunday 5pm - 10pm
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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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 - San Antonio Ratings and Reviews
Morton's continues to be one of the best steakhouses i've ever been at. Surpassing the even Perry's or the double eagle steakhouse Del Frisco's at some point. Food is great overall, but I feel like a salad should come standard with a steak/entree of your choice.
What continues to disappoint me is the cost of the food and their continuing resolution to not pay their employees accordingly. Wages for servers, bartenders, and the like has not changed or increased in the past 15 years(per average) and the expectation is for me to pay them. The expectation is for me to front the bill instead of the company paying them what they are owed. Morton's needs to step up and be a leader in this space.
Mortons is always reliable. The food was good, the service was lacking. It took forever to get our order taken, and the busser had no clue how to serve, handing plates across people or just putting them down. But one can always count on a great steak and that is usually enough.
We had 7 pm reservations on Jan 24th for a birthday celebration. We were a party of three. We were seated promptly. The waitstaff was courteous. Our order was in at 7:30. The food was out at 9pm. Very disappointed. There was a very large private party occurring at that time. The food was good but the wait was awful. For being a high end restaurant not worth it. The decor was also dated, dark and very loud. I live in SA and will never return. Never saw the manager apologize that day for awful service. The waitstaff was understanding but things out of their hands. Valet parking is $6. We had no issues with parking attendant.
Yesterday I did receive a phone call from the manager who did apologize for all that happened that day. Apparently, Management realized the dining experience for all patrons that day was poor. I know that things can happen beyond their control but when someone is paying top dollar for a dining experience, expectations are high. This experience is what I would expect from a large chain restaurant.
Steak was great, as was the rest of the food!! The service was really good also. We enjoyed trying them out during restaurant week. Only down side was no free valet parking. You either had to pay the valet to park your car and tip or park in the garage and go through the mall. Most upscale restaurants in town offer free valet. Also, the noise level was too high....music too loud causing people to tap louder.
This restaurant used to be very crowded and good, but not anymore. Probably only 10% of the tables were occupied.
The porkchops were very salty and dry. So salty they burned my mouth. Furthermore the asparagus had balsamic vinegar on it. We sent it back to get other asparagus with out balsamic, so they sent us asparagus that had the balsamic wiped off.
Ordered cream Brulé for dessert. The table next to us had been served it and it looked delicious. The waiter took our order in came back after a while and said they had no cream Brulé tonight. I then asked what were they eating at the next table and he said cream brûlée. I asked why do they get it and not us? He answered that too many people were ordering this and what was left in the kitchen was substandard. I find this hard to believe since very few people were there.
I won’t be back. I don’t know what happened to this restaurant. Maybe it’s Landry’s influence.
Went for restaurant week. Had not been to location in San Antonio and someone gave us gift cards. Food was good.
My only complaint is that they rushed us. There was no time between salad and main course . Wasn’t relaxing so we decided to take our desserts home(came
With the meal) and enjoy at home .
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.
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