Fall In Love With Superb Steak and SeafoodInside Feature
January 27, 2019
Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: Landry’s Inc.
Whether gathering with friends, enjoying a business dinner or bringing the family together for a special occasion, Morton’s The Steakhouse serves up remarkable menu options coupled with stellar service that create memorable experiences for its guests.
As Morton’s dedicated staff strives to present diners with the best dining experience possible, the steakhouse sets the table by serving up top-notch cuisine.
Diners can look forward to the best USDA Prime aged beef incorporated throughout the restaurant’s diverse menu. Chef Wade Wiestling, vice president of culinary development for Morton’s The Steakhouse, recommends Prime Cajun Ribeye ($60), a dish that is sure to wow guests, as the 16-ounce center-cut of beef is cooked to tender perfection. The must-try favorite is served with Morton’s signature Au Jus to accent the flavorful steak, which is marinated for 48 hours and masterfully broiled, basted and seasoned.
Filet Mignon Trio ($19) serves up three 2-ounce Petite Filet Mignon cuts on buttered croutons, which are topped with Bearnaise Sauce, Blue Cheese Butter and Peppercorn Au Poivre. This dish offers incredible value as it is half the price of a traditional 6-ounce Filet Mignon and is available now at the bar.
Seafood enthusiasts can reel in the flavor with Miso Marinated Sea Bass ($51), which features Chilean sea bass broiled to perfection, and is served with baby bok choy and a flavorful dashi broth. Kamaaina diners recognize this “Misoyaki Butterfish” as a healthy and flavorful alternative to beef, and it brings a distinctly local flair to the plate.
Side dishes are key accompaniments to one’s favorite Morton’s entree, including Truffled Mashed Cauliflower ($13), which is available now for a limited time. The creamy cauliflower puree is infused with black truffles and Parmesan cheese, and it is topped with fresh chopped chives.
Morton’s The Steakhouse also offers an array of specialty cocktails, including Zacapa Chocolate Old Fashioned ($17). The cocktail is crafted with Ron Zacapa 23 Rum, Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters, Angostura Bitters, simple syrup and a dark chocolate sidecar garnish. This rye cocktail is a mellowing drink that pairs perfectly with one’s favorite cut of beef at Morton’s The Steakhouse.
Guests looking to make Valentine’s Day memorable this year are in luck, as Morton’s The Steakhouse is cooking up a special Steak & Lobster Oscar ($59) that will allow diners to “eat their hearts out.” The surf-n-turf specialty features a succulent 8-ounce filet topped with a whole Maine lobster and Bearnaise Sauce.
“Morton’s offers diners only the very best USDA prime-aged beef,” explains general manager Zyron Schoniwitz. “Besides its exceptional steaks, Morton’s offers diners fresh fish and seafood, and hand-picked produce — perfect for any meal. Morton’s commitment to excellence is unwavering and is showcased in each menu item through the careful preparation and quality ingredients.”