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Morton's gift card [moved from Boston board]

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gryphonskeeper Apr 2, 2007 03:51 PM

I was given a $100 gift card to Mortons last year, and I have yet to use it. I am not a steak person, I am more of a sushi addict...

I was told Mortons averages over $100 per person with a couple of drinks... kind of makes me wonder if I should just sell it on Craig's List.

  1. wittlejosh Apr 2, 2007 04:02 PM

    Try their lobster (or shrimp) and a side or two. The wine list by the glass isn't bad, either. You should get out of there for well under $100 a person.

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    1. re: wittlejosh
      jfood Apr 2, 2007 04:42 PM

      The last MP i saw for a lobster at Morton's was $82 and they had no idea how to cook it so it was Black & Blue. Blah. So that plus a side and a drink will probably cost you $130 less the GC.

      1. re: wittlejosh
        hotoynoodle Apr 2, 2007 04:54 PM

        getting lobster at a steakhouse could be the biggest rip-off in any restaurant. upscale places are usually charging about $40 a pound. insane, and they're not usually cooked well at all.

      2. j
        justagthing Apr 3, 2007 12:19 AM

        there are gift card exchanges that are offered online now. just google 'gift card exchange' also, you could always regift, i'd love it myself.

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