OK Steak at Mortons
Instead of my usual NY strip, I was persuaded to go with the bone-in ribeye because it had "more flavor." Good and what's interesting is that the server told us that Morton uses a seasoning mix (which surprised me) on all of their steaks...with this knowledge, I could taste the seasoning mix. Steak was fine and perfectly cooked. But for $48, I'd rather grill Costco T-Bones in my backyard.
The hash browns are decadent - loaded with sour cream and bacon...a nice annual treat.
Fine experience, but I'll probably try the Capital Grille next.
Went to the Morton's in the Seaport District over the weekend. We had a gift card from Christmas. Happy to have half the meal covered by the gift card, but ugh, I am SO over the huge steak/sides that feed 4 people/ridiculous prices steakhouses.
Mortons was very good overall- service was excellent- but no need to spend that kind of money on so much food. Instead of an entre, I ordered the appetizer size of their shrimp alexander- breaded shrimp in buerre blanc sauce. Delicious, and the perfect portion size with only 3 jumbo shrimp. I just cannot understand the appeal of a 2 lb. steak or the 3.5 lb lobster they were pushing. It is just too much.