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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
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.
We (my sister and I) have visited this restaurant on several occasions. We always find the food to be superb, our requests (we usually split an entree) honored cheerfully, and the service top notch.
The bar is lovely and Roger (server in the bar) always acknowledges our presence with warmth and welcoming smiles.
This particular evening, we let the server and maitre d and managers know that we particularly enjoy an atmosphere that is warm, friendly and not the least bit stuffy in an establishment that is clearly a "fine dining" gem.
Morton's never disappoints. They are always consistent with the delicious food, excellent service and every attention to detail. Every experience at Morton's is wonderful and the perfect place to celebrate my anniversary and birthday every year. Pricey but very worth it, wish there was a Morton's in my city of Laredo, TX.
Service was terrible. We waited almost 2 hours from time we got there for food. Every part of our meal was delayed between. Reservation at 645 and didn't leave until after 9 pm. Some of the food came out not done properly, but we waited so long we didn't want to send it back. 3 people in our party left without finishing their meal due to the time.
The absolute worst service ever !!!
My truffle fries were cold. My drink was empty way too long. No soap in the ladies room. Never offered to wrap up my steak or ask if we wanted dessert.
Horrible experience !!!! I eat at Mortin's a lot when I travel and this by far was the worst !!!
Not what it used to be. They were out of bread at 7:00, Really! Ordered off of the Culinary week menu, had to ask for it. The steak was tough and the server treated us like second class citizens. The bisque was fair and the cream brûlée had a strange taste. For the culinary dinner for 2 with 1 glass of wine and 2 beers it was $125 with tip. Not worth it. Bob's is much better. Steve
Disappointing service experience. Our Server was not qualified or trained to be a server. He never introduced himself. Just asked what type of water and for drink order and walked away. My wife’s drink was brought out and I finally got mine by the time I asked him three times about my drink. I’m assuming there were no specials as he covered nothing on the menu. I ordered an appetizer because I thought based on experience so far would take a while to get our order. He came out just before our salads were brought out asked if we order and appetizer. He obviously did not place the order. The appetizer came out and salads within a minute of that. The manager/food runner that brought out salads said he would take back salads since appetizer just brought out. When salads came later they were the same ones they took back, just now they were soggy and inedible. The steaks we had were good. Trying to pay took a while; after we had him go back to include the valet we had to wait and never got our valet ticket. He came back and said he went ahead and took ticket to valet and asked them to bring around our car. That would have been great had we planned on driving away right then, but we had planned on a walk before heading home. Just an overall bad service experience, especially considering what they charge. In finer steak houses they have server helpers and managers that come around checking on guests, this location seemed understaffed and untrained. I will make sure to tell all to avoid this Morton’s in San Antonio and go to Bohannan’s or the Palm if they want a great steakhouse experience downtown.
I went for the Lobster special and it was average
The service was slow and the food was average I felt the waiter should of helped the ladies with it but he said he was to busy tonight. The steak was very good but the mash potatoes were cold but the food took so long I didn't say anything .
I will not go back on another birthday as it was not all that great.
The bar tevder was way overworked and we barely got a cocktail 30 minutes before our reservation. We were seated by the kitchen door for dinner, not a fun experience. We made reservations specifically for lobster night. The size of lobster was great for the money spent. It's a good thing I know how to dress a lobster because Nick, the server, never offered to do it. That was disappointing. Husbands 12 oz filet was perfect as was the chopped salad we split and the creamed spinach. We ordered a very expensive bottle of wine and were disappointed that Mark, the sommelier did not decant it. Carrot cake for dessert was delicious and I had a Morton's coffee. This is a great place for a delicious meal. We can get a steak for a better price closer to home and won't make reservations here again, especially for lobster week.
The food was excellent as usual but the service by our waiter was as bad as it gets. We go to this locations many times each year for many many years. We have not had service this bad . Neither the waiter or the water and bread man could bring an ice tea. It was finally delivered 15 minutes later by the manager on duty. The service never got better the entire evening.
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