Phoenix >Morton's The Steakhouse
USDA prime beef, elegant tableside service and mammoth martinis..
With its dark wood details, celebrity photos and tuxedo-clad waiters, this upscale steakhouse chain has the air of a posh men's club. Service is professional and discreet, with bartenders making a mean martini. Dinners begin with a waiter-driven cart laden with fresh vegetables, live lobster and cuts of steak; customers choose from porterhouse, rib-eye, bone-in prime rib and more. Side dishes are traditional and enormous, from baked potatoes and creamed spinach to steamed broccoli with hollandaise.
Good steak, but restaurant is nothing special. As steak lovers, we chose Morton's for our anniversary dinner. We normally would have chosen Ruth Chris or Mastro's. While the meal was satisfying it was a bit pricey and not very memorable. My steak was well cooked but the sides were nothing exciting. I also expected more from the interior of the restaurant. I appreciate the tableside menu reading but could have done without it. Just give me the menu and let me choose!
In celebration of my fiance and my first child, I decided to take her and four friends out for steaks. Unfortunately, I picked Morton's. Although the service was prompt, the place was extremely noisey and I could hardly hear the waitress telling us about the menue despite the fact that she was practically yelling it into my ear. I felt that I was in an overcrowded college bar on a Friday night after finals.
When my steak arrived it was cooked medium as I requested, however it was heavily chared and resembled a large piece of burnt toast. I had two laborous bites and then settled for a meal of sides.
Outback, they are not even in your league.
Mediocre Steak, but Great Service. This was at the Biltmore location, right next to the Ritz Carlton Hotel. This was our first and probably last visit. It was the worste Rib Eye I've had in years. I must have gotten a bad cut or something. I ate only 2 or 3 bites. Fortunately, they took it off the bill. My wife had the filet. To be honest, it was pretty mediocre too. The salads were great. The ambiance was a bit stuffy. The wine was good and the service was excellent. Even with my steak taken off the bill, total tab come to nearly $150 for two. It was not a dining experience that would like to repeat at half the price.
Not as advertised. Restaurant's not as good as they claim. Steak was average at best, but people say they like it because of the price. Go here if you want to impress people, not if you want a good meal.
Best steaks in the world, nice atmosphere. A little pricey but?. Scottsdale Morton's is the best in Morton's chain. I've been in Chicago, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vancouver, etc. and no one is as classy as Scottsdale's. Steaks and side dishes are wonderfull (I reccomend Rib-eye and spinach ala cremme or garlic mashed potatoes). The atmosphere is elegant and sophisticated, not the bussineslike scene as in other cities. It's a pleasure to have dinner and enjoy a good time at Morton's. Pricey, but it worth it!!!!
upscale stuffy steakhouse. classic upscale steak house. very stuffy club room type. traditional. fusions or anything too exciting. just the regular steak house stuff but top of the line ingredients...but i still prefer Ruths Chris with their sizzling butter plates
Hard To Beat. Have never been disappointed at a Morton's Steakhouse. Enjoyable from every aspect.
Morton's Steakhouse is a 10+!. I have never had a greater ribeye than at the Morton's Steakhouse in Scottsdale, Arizona. I took my boyfriend for his birthday last year. We are huge steak eaters, have been all over the valley looking for great steakhouses and have found the top one. Morton's! We will continue to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or even weekends there! My steak was huge, I had to finish it it was too good to waste! I would reccommend to anyone & everyone! Great, great, great! It's a 10+!
Spent Christmas with a friend in Phoenix. In lieu of gifts, we usually enjoy a good meal and good friendship - one of life's best gifts.
Had Christmas Eve dinner at Morton's and as is true with other Morton's around the country, the Phoenix outlet didn't disappoint. Filets were thick, juicy and perfectly cooked. Split sides and the tomato and mozzerella salad. All salads and sides are big enough for two. The wine list is expansive and nicely varied - prices are as well.
Clubby and warm, the ambience at the Phoenix restaurant is just as welcome as the other Morton's. Service is friendly, funny and knowledgeable.
My friend and I always skip dessert and have a Key Lime Martini instead. Yummmmm.
Try this place ~ you won't be disappointed.
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