Decadent dinners and luscious libations await guests’ palatesA La Carte
November 24, 2019
Story By: Brandon Bosworth | Photos by: LANDRY’S
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and if you’re in the mood for something a bit more elegant than the traditional turkey feast, Morton’s The Steakhouse has you covered.
The upscale eatery will be open on Thanksgiving Day, serving up its signature steak dinner beginning at noon. For an even more decadent delight, opt for the Filet and Lobster Oscar ($59), featuring the steak Morton’s is known for topped with succulent lobster.
Morton’s is also offering special seasonal selections for fall. Start your autumnal meal with a Burrata Salad ($16), made with shaved charred Brussels sprouts, roasted butternut squash, crispy prosciutto, pine nuts and pesto. Main course options include tender, succulent Truffle and Porcini Crusted Snake River Farms Wagyu Filet ($69). Morton’s chefs recommend ordering this dish medium-rare or medium. Another option is the 10-ounce Snake River Farms Gold New York Medallion ($79), best-cooked medium-rare, medium or medium well. Potato Gnocchi with Gorgonzola Cream and Lemon Zest ($13) makes a fine accompaniment to any entrée.
Until New Year’s Eve, the mixologists at Morton’s are offering a special cocktail for the holidays. Diners can sit back, relax and enjoy the festivities with a Rosy Cheeks ($17), a blend of Ketel One Botanical Grapefruit Rose Vodka, Aperol, simple syrup, garnished with lemon juice and Aperol mango whipped cream.
Want to give the gift of delicious food? Consider a Morton’s gift card available in store or at mortons.com. Right now is the perfect time to purchase one for the steak lover in your life.