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.View Private Dining Details
We've been to Morton's Burbank and Sacramento several times and have always had a great experience. We thought SF would be the same. Definitely not the case.
The good: the restaurant is in a convenient location in Union Square and close to parking. Cocktails were tasty. Side of creamed corn was delicious.
The bad: it was quite loud - we could barely hear our waiter. The food took a very long time to arrive, and when it did it was underwhelming. I had the salmon mixed grill, and the shrimp were cold and over cooked, the crab was cold, and the salmon was hot but charred and parts were simply inedible. It was so dark I really couldn't see what I was eating but it was probably better that way - at least I knew it wasn't underdone. We also had the filet mixed grill and the steak was overdone for a medium rare order, and the shrimp were also overdone. The coffee was terrible and weak. The creme brulee was watery in consistency. The Lyonnaise potatoes were also over fried to the point we couldn't stick our fork through some.
We will probably go back to the Burbank and Sacramento locations, but never the SF one. There are far too many great restaurants (and specifically steakhouses) in SF to waste your time and money here.
Best waitress ever 😃😃👍
More expensive than I remembered and my $71 steak was not properly cooked.
The staff had chosen a great table off to the side and sprinkled Birthday confetti on the table as well as customized the menus with the name of the Birthday guy and gave a delicious dessert at the end of our meal. Although, I’m vegetarian, I’d bring my friends back for their bday in the future because of the great treatment.
Very overpriced for food quality. Steak was chewy and we ended up sending back a side because it was so oversalted we couldn't bear to eat it (coming from someone who typically loves savory dishes). Many alternatives in SF for steak which are much better and cheaper.
We have been going to Morton’s for a while. This time not only was service sub par but so was the food. The ahi tuna tower was bland and tasteless. The oysters so large there was no way to eat them. The steak undercooked. The service nonresponsjve even though the place was not packed. Even when we mentioned that one our guests had a part of the oyster still stuck in her throat the response was “that’s how big they are now”. I understand you can’t change nature but be a little more caring about someone who is having a hard time with something in her throat perhaps instead of making comments like that?? With a bill of over 450 dollars with sharing entrees and several apps with a cocktail each and two glasses of wine I thought it was absurd. There was nothing to indicate that this was an almost 500 dinner for three especially when the service was as it was. Please don’t get me wrong as I rarely leave a review but this visit left a bad taste in my mouth (no pun intended) and it would be a very long time before we came back or ever recommended this place to others. Our guest was disappointed at our choice of dinner venues and we were disappointed at everything else.
We had not been to Morton’s SF in a while. The steak was fantastic and the service was attentive and friendly. Definitely will be back.
We went to Morton’s for my birthday dinner. They did a great job of personalizing the experience for me in a classy understated way. The menu was labelled Happy Birthday and I could take it home (even though I forgot to do so), the table was sprinkled with birthday decorations and they created a delicious birthday dessert.
Loved the bday decor on the table and the happy bday greeting. Made my dad feel really special.
The food was good! Nothing great for the money but they did a great job making us feel special since it was a Birthday Celebration!
This was one of the worst dining experiences I have had in a long time. I was not feeling well and wanted to come and pickup food, but told that was only allowed for a couple of hotels - one was the Kimpton. I was at the Sir Francis Drake which is the Kimpton, but the gal who answered the phone said no? She had no clue the SFD is the Kimpton. So, I came in and just sat in the bar. Service was terrible. Took forever to get someone to wait on me. When, I did get to order I ordered soup and bread. The soup came, but not bread. I had to wait forever to get the servers attention and then when I asked for the bread, she was super snippy and said she would put in an order? When I started to eat the bread, a bug of some sort came crawling out. I got the attention of another server and showed her. She said sorry and took it away. Nobody ever addressed it again. Finally, I had to wait forever to get a check. In fact had to go to the bar to get it and checkout. The bartender was great, but even then the server never came back. We hadn't had any issues other than me asking for bread. I was very nice. Also, I first stopped by at 5 pm to see if I could just sit in the bar and eat. I asked if I could get some lobster bisque and one of the other bar bite items. The gal at the hostess stand said there was no way to get soup before 5:30 pm. Really? I did proceed to make a reservation and things rolled up as stated above. I don't plan on coming to Mortan's in SF again. I travel a lot and eat at Mortan's in other cities frequently. We love Mortan's in Boston! Mortan's SF just didn't seem to want customers. Really disappointing.
So noisy ... could hardly hear ... service was poor ... the filet was very good ... 9.75 for house made bottled water! ... pretty nervy ...
The food was good but the sides were underwhelming. Skip the lobster Mac and cheese it just isn’t that good, messy and runny. We should have sat at the bar and had bar bites. Much better than the stuff yourself entrees.
Our server Willow was so pleasant and attentive. I watched her with other customers, and she didn't skip a beat to please. We felt very valued as a customer, and our food came to us very quickly. Top notch place to share a special date with someone. The Cajun prime rib my husband ate did not disappoint, and as for my porterhouse bone in.. it was d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!!! We finally our dinner with a creamy lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Yum!
Classic steakhouse! Amazing service with top quality cuts of meat. Will definitely visit again.
My first time to Morton's and I really enjoyed it. From the wine to the steak everything was perfect.
This was a great dinner. Staff was awesome and the food was incredible.
Was ready to “not like” this place - very old school steakhouse. I was wrong. The food was prepared deliciously and I truly enjoyed it! The prices were just silly high however. Overall very good - but lots of other places I would prefer to spend my dollars. I suspect places like this will start to lose clientele as it’s geared toward the “older set” - and I’m north of 60!
too expensive for what you get. It was not that great.
Cajun ribeye streak. 100% recommended.
Food, service and atmosphere were great. Enjoyable birthday dinner with the family
Server was fantastic! Food was good. Didn’t care too much for the bread as it’s pretty messy and gets all over. Sliced bread would work much better. When you’re sitting trying to have a great romantic dinner it’s a little off with crust messy bread going all over.
Food is not good for the price. Steak was slightly over cooked.
Went for valentines. Romantic
This is my Husband and my favorite Restaurant for Special occasions. A bit pricey but the food is totally worth it!
Alaskan crab legs were not very good.
Service was slow.
It was excellent
Perfect experience! Fantastic food and even better service!
Had a wonderful dinner with my wife and son as a pre-theater night out. Service, food, and ambiance was great. I have already booked reservations to go back. Would definitely recommend this restaurant.
Boyfriend and I went for my birthday dinner - and they made it great! Surprise picture and dessert + great service — definitely a great night thanks to the staff!!!
There are some things one can count on and Morton's on Post is one! The meal was perfect, our server was attentive and accommodating, and parking at Union Square (as usual) was plentiful. We went to the SF Playhouse to see Born Yesterday and were able to spend a leisurely hour and a half over drinks and dinner never for one moment feeling rushed.
Took my daughter here on Sat for her birthday. So disappointed with steaks. We had the petit filet. It was so petit it looked lost on the plate. I asked for medium and it was charred. Back to Alfred’s for a proper steak dinner next time
Second time I’ve been to this restaurant. Second time my $55 steak came out and wasn’t warm. Never coming back!
I was very disappointed with this visit. As a two top, we were sat at a four top and the extra dishes were not taken away. We ordered drinks and an appetizer to start. The appetizer arrived before the drinks or even water or bread for that matter and the puffs on top of the escargot were burnt and the escargot chewy with very little garlic butter. The cocktails arrived after the appetizer and were wonderful. The waiter was kind, but not especially attentive to our needs. The steak and lobster was delicious, properly cooked to order and the wine we paired with dinner arrived just before the main course and was good, albeit pricey for the product. The sides, hashbrowns and grilled asparagus at $15 a pop should have been wonderful too, but lacked flavor and the asparagus was woody and chewy, so not properly trimmed. The deserts were lovely cheesecake that was brûlée on top and berries with cream. Our Landry club status was not acknowledged at check in and our waiter didn't know about the off menu main special offered to members we wanted to order. Our experience at other Morton's has been much more personalized. Especially when spending $300 for a meal, we want it to be special. I felt this Morton's to have the main dishes down, but all other aspect were lacking.
The hostesses were MIA for almosy 5 minutes anf the manager waljed past us several times without saying a word while we were waiting to check in. The service was poor. Our server Josh needs to be retrained about spacing the food out. Our appetizer was brought out very quickly anf Josh haf a bit of an accident spilling a sauce, which is not a big deal, but he kept doing it throughtout the night without apologizing. It seems he might of been havibg slight withdrawls from something (alcohol or something else) I say this by my wife being an ER Nurse and myself in Law enforcement both for over 15 years, so thibgs like that pop out to me. As i digress, 4 bites into our appetizer the entree came out. That's a big foul in a restaurant like this one. The server told me they had a Raspberry souffle and I asked him if it was chocolate or vanilla, he responds "raspberry" 😒. After repeating the question and recieving the same answer i decided to not waste my time any further. Btw the raspberry souffle was vanilla and had one raspberry on top of it. Haha The server did not offer to pour a refill for the wife's wine once, saw him do it for his other tables just not ours. The saving grace to the night was most of the food and the hostess who came to takr our picture for my wifes birthday was very nice and had a great sense of humor.
Fantastic food and service
I had a great experience. It was my birthday so they made it extra special. I really liked we had our own menus with my name on it & they decorated our table.
We were seated quickly.
Water came out slowly.
Bread came out just before our appetizer.
Jumbo shrimp Alexander was good, crab cake wasn’t.
Caesar salad was good, lobster bisque was terrible. My wife and I both got sick from it during and after dinner.
Steak was no good, tasted bad like no flavor or something. It wasn’t worth the money to be honest. This place sucks.