Morton's The Steakhouse
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (206) 223-0507
- Payment method:
- visa, amex, diners club, master card, cash, all major credit cards, discover
- Seattle Central Business District, Downtown Seattle
Morton's Steak House
Morton's The Steakhouse - Seattle
- Steak Houses, Restaurants, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
08/12/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We had a wonderful experience from the moment we walked in the restaurant! The hostess was friendly, the manager on duty seated the 4 of us in a cozy booth, our service was simply fantastic! The food - AMAZING! The steaks (Prime Rib, Filet Mignon, Bone-In Ribeye) were the best we've ever eaten and cooked to perfection! We can't stop talking about our experience and will be back in again soon!
05/12/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Thank you to Darren our waiter and Michael the GM. I brought my boyfriend in for a celebration from his Navy Retirement.... He had never dined in such upscale elegance.. and I knew I needed to take him to where it would be perfect. The waiter was attentive and just enough fun to be an addition to our evening and the GM came buy to chat him up about the planes he knew that a Navy guy would have worked on. It made my date feel right at home and over two hours later we were still lapping up the last of the chocolate cake, sipping wine and already reviewing the amazing ribeyes, the shrimp alexander and the crab cake.. (a crab cake I am sure I will be hearing about for days to come he was so impressed by it)... thank you.. it was a great memory and he is already talking about taking his dad to the one in San Antonio.. ...so that is the best compliment !
Pros: not rushed, attentive waitstaff, food... did I mention food?
11/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Well...why we had to wait until well after 8 to be served when 15 of us got there a bit before 6:30, I do not know. What was special about the $48 lump of meat we got? Nothing. Was the $10 soggy steamed broccoli and thin hollandaise sauce worth $10? Hardly. How about the Morton's salad. No-o-o-o, painfully ordinary. Were there a lot of other customers ahead of us keeping the staff busy? No. And the final fillip, two days later, several of us realized we had one another's credit cards. The french fries were good, but I can get an excellent fry at Red Mill Burger also. I cannot recommend Morton's.
02/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Completely overrated and over priced. Felt like you were sitting in the basement of an outdated hotel... which is strange since this place was only built less than 10 years ago. For what it was, the prices should probably be a quarter to half of what they are to justify even setting foot in this place. Literally any other Seattle steakhouse would be a better bet. If you're in the downtown area, skip this place and go to the Metropolitan Grill.
08/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Our res'v was for 8:45, at 9:12 I asked for the Maitre d', at 9:15 we were still waiting to be seated. It's understood that situations occur. There are many that accept this deplorable treatment, however I believe that a,""Man's Word is His Bond"". That having been said, if Morton's can't keep their commitments they should accept them! Their corperate policy according to Morton's regional Mgr.of Atlantic City, is 15 minutes past one's scheduled commitent. I should think then, that over 30 minutes would be unacceptable and unreasonable........BUT IT'S NOT.... When a customer finds this treatment offensive, and complains, the Matire d' believes his responsibility to provide manner instructions. After having been called the next business day by their Corporate Regional Manager.. I now know why the local operating managment believes it's prudent to antagonize..a customer. Morton's policies seem to replicate those of Doctor's office visits. So much for customer service.
RUTH CHRIST always within 5 min keeps it's commitments, my kind-a Gourmet Steak House!
12/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Went to Morton's for the first time for Holiday dinner. The ambiance is old and dated. I know steak houses traditionally have dark wood, soft lighting, etc. This place looked straight out of the 70's! Morton's should go check out Daniel's Broiler on Lake Union or Ruth's Chris at the Hyatt on Pine to see their competition. The service was nice, the food was really good... next time if I'm paying that much for dinner, I'll go back to the other two mentioned above. It wasn't horrible but I was expecting much more. Live and learn.