1600 W. Second St., Cleveland, OH | Directions 4411341.497482 -81.693349
Really good Food. My husband and I want to Mortons one Friday night, he had bought me a gift card for christmas and made reservations for us to go. When we got ther we were valet parked and went in through the front door, we told them we have a reservation and they asked if they could take our coats. We where taken to our table and it we a really nice booth where we could sit next to each other, It was not busy at all and the waiter came over and explained that we did not have a menu beacuse he was going to do a verbal discription and presentation of what is on the menu. We ordered drinks a martini and a glass of wine, then came the presentation of the food. Our waiter discribed all the steaks and fish that they had on the menu and the sides too, it was really nice to have everything discribed to you and be able to ask questions. My Husband ordered the Porterhouse and I order the salmon both where wonderful and cooked to prefection. We order 2 sides and they are big enough to share between 2 people. I all we had 2 entrees 2 sides and 3 alcoholic and the bill was $150, it was well worth it and if you don't mind spending the money this is a fantastic place to go for steak and seafood, service is great and the atmospher is amazing.
You have to try the cheesecake!!!. My husband surprised me by taking me to Morton's for our 1 year wedding anniversary and it was the best! The cheesecake was INCREDIBLE! The food was perfect, the wine was dee-lish, the bill was $176 but who's complaining! We're gonna pay another $180 in the fall when we go back! Lol!
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.
Don't get the lobster tail unless you like it served raw.. I've been to Morton's San Diego and Morton's Boston so I figured I'd try the Cleveland location (since I'm a Cleveland native). I expected to have a good experience but was somewhat shocked when my girlfriend's lobster tail arrived almost completely raw. I thought the service at this Cleveland location was excellent until we complained about the lobster being undercooked. The server or waiter simply put the uncooked lobster under the broiler for a few minutes and returned it to us. Pretty poor service for a Morton's if you ask me. Also, I was surprised to find the restaurant almost empty for a Friday at 8pm. Is this location going out of business? Sure seemed so. Other than the lobster mishap, the food and service was good.
Way overrated. My husband's filet was tender but had no flavor, my lobster was overcooked, and my chocolate molten cake had parsley in it. My daughter's porterhouse, however, was delicious, and the service is great. I have never seen such a jacked-up wine list; wines that I am familiar with were almost tripled. Will not eat dinner there again; there are plenty of other great non-chain restaurants to get a flavorful filet and for less money.
As good as ever. We haven't been to Morton's in awhile so recently took some friends. I'm happy to report that it is as good as ever. Terrific steak, great side dishes, fine atmosphere, friendly service. Expensive?...of course. We are all looking forward to next time.
Fine Dining at its best!. I took my mother here for a pre-theater dinner on 17 DEC 04 and can only say that Morton's Cleveland has a customer for life! From the moment I walked in the staff was friendly and prompt in all facets of their operations. The waiter, Steve, to the assistant waiters and bus staff were all very attentive and I cannot remember either my wine glass or water glass getting half empty. The steaks were to die for and the Godiva dessert was, as always, sinful! For those who have not ventured though the doors of Morton's, make plans to do so now! From the detailed menu presentation to the steaks that melt in your mouth this is a first class establishment! Even the salads were huge! If you want first class treatment and even better food, make your reservations now!
Expensive weak steaks. The decor, service and side dishes were nice but the steaks weren't. The NY strip had a cheap local grocery store type taste that was dry inside. My wife had a filet steak that was medicore at best. One part of the service that disapointed me though. I asked for some fried shrimp but they only said they only made a baked one.I went to a top Vegas Steakhouse and they made a fried shrimp made to order regardless of what's on the menu. They could put together whatever you wanted. And Oh Yeah- The bill.With 2 steaks, a side of shrimp, 4 sides, 2 drinks and 2 deserts, the bill came too $169.00. They even charged us about 4 bucks for some onions. My advice,Try another Steakhouse in Cleveland.
Excellent. Great quality meats perfectly cooked. The service could respect young professions a bit more. Very romantic
Best Date Ever!. In June of 2001 I took my first trip to Cleveland. This would also be my first time meeting my boyfriend's father. The trip was going well, on our 3rd day there, my boyfriend asked to take his dad's new Mercedes out. He said yes, surprisingly, and we drove into Cleveland with the top down, we went to Tower City and he took me to Morton's. It was not only the best food I'd ever tasted, but the atmosphere and the people were amazing. We were engaged that nite.
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