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 went to Morton's for belated Valentine's Day date. We went a little early to sit at the bar and have a couple of cocktails. They came to get us when the table was ready. We had bacon wrapped scallops to start and then we each ordered steak...of course as it is a steak house. The food and service was excellent. We do not usually go out so high end but it was a really nice treat. Definitely recommend to anyone.
Jane was a great server! The food never disappoints.
I love Mortons, always have. My boyfriend & I went here for this past Valentines Day & like always, the food was AMAZING! HOWEVER, I asked our waitress if they still did the special occasion cards (basically, they take your photo, print it out right away and stick in a cute little black card with a bunch of "staff members" signatures on it really the hostess just gets creative and signs everyones name with a different font but the concept is still cute & unique) & I was she said yes they do. So naturally, I was really looking forward to getting one of those cheesy photos & we didn't! Even AFTER I mentioned it!!! Also, I'm not sure if its just me having not been there in a while, or maybe it just happened to be 'off' that night, but I swear they changed their creamed corn which was one of my favorite items on their menu :(. Other than that, the waitress was very attentive and friendly and the food was phenomenal (as I mentioned before). I will always go back to Morton's time and time again. The timeless style and reputation of Morton's outplays the newer competition (like Dominick's, yuck!) every time in my opinion.
The food was excellent. But everything on the menu is overpriced compared to nearby restaurants of equal quality. For example, the same center cut filet mignon is $10 more at Mortion's than at Eddie V's. A glass of wine for $15 is excessive, I can buy a bottle of good German Riesling for $15. I enjoyed my food but the pricing makes the whole meal feel like a ripoff. I will not be back anytime soon.
Valentines Dinner. Food was prepared just right and we weren’t rushed! Great evening.
All around excellent experience. Pricey, but that is to be expected, and worth it. Moderate noise level makes it possible to carry on a conversation. Nothing cute or trendy about this classic steakhouse, which was fine because we were not looking for cute and trendy. Great place for two adults to have dinner. Also, it was Valentines Day, and we never felt rushed.
My husbands birthday!
Decided to try Morton's for the 1st time with their V-day filet and lobster tail special for $59. For the $300 bill including tip and bottle of wine, I expected WAAAY better value. Food was average but not worth $300, service was slow. Waitress was nonexistent for 20 mins while waiting to pay tab, restaurant was half empty so she wasn't busy with too many tables. As stated, 1st time here, and did value was not worth the tab.
A couple of the steaks were too cooked and not tender at all. For the price we expected much more.
The steak was way too tough. We should've sent it back. Tried the leftovers in a sandwich the next day and it was unedible. The shrimp scampi was good, as were the martinis. Other than that, it was way too overpriced for the quality of food.
Ok, but nothing special. Typical steakhouse. Sides were so so. Steak was good but for $55 you would expect that. However services was good.
Long wait for drink service, and when one of us asked to substitute a couple shrimp for scallops in a mixed grill the manager said it couldn’t be done. Unimpressive experience
My husband and I were looking forward to a nice dinner and evening at Morton's in scottsdale. Didn't happen. Our server (forgot her name) was terrible. it was clear she didn't listen. we asked for our cocktails in tall glasses, they came in short glasses. however we didn't say anything at that point. she spoke way too fast with the specials etc even after we asked her to slow down. she asked us if we wanted bread. umm usually nice restaurants just bring the bread out without asking if you want it. very weird. my husband's plate was put down in front of him and was 'scalding hot', like it had actually been in the oven, and he burned his finger. he wasn't warned that the plate was hot (which is normally what a good server will do). we ordered a medium steak and it came well over done. they offered to make us another one, but at that point we were so done, we just wanted to get out of there. the crab cakes were not good either. no flavour at all. it was a terrible dinner and terrible experience. now I know why there was hardly anyone in the restaurant. the manager did come over and said they would take the steak off our bill, but overall, we were so disappointed with the service, food and overall experience. we will not go back there or recommend to anyone.
I clicked on Make a Reservation from the Restaurant Week menu and was taken to Open Table. When we arrived at the restaurant I was told that Restaurant Week was over. The click from the Restaurant Week menu should have said something so we had to pay Morton's regular prices. The dishes are so large it was easy to share so that was fine bit the steak was not worth the price paid.
The food, service and atmosphere were good. Compared to other top end restaurants it was just average- not a bad experience but not a memorable experience either.
This visit to Morton's was very disappointing. I ordered the 6 oz filet Dianne and I ordered it medium rare. It came rare. It was tender and very tasty, but rare, and the mushrooms were tough as cardboard. First time ever that I've seen served mushrooms that were hard to chew. I ordered a shrimp cocktail, which was superb. But at $25, it had better be superb. I also ordered a Caesar salad with tomatoes and a glass of house Merlot. The house Merlot was $17. The tomatoes never came. In fact, the Caesar salad never came. My bill, witha 20% tip, came to $112. For a shrimp cocktail, 6-oz filet and a glass of house wine (with NO sides) that was, in my humble opinion, an outrageous price. Service, obviously, was nothing special. For $112, everything should be special. I will not be returning. There was no value here.
Good steak, tuna and salad. Baked potato was a little on the cool side. Prices are getting a little too high for us.