In the soaring Harbor Club towers near both the San Diego Convention Center and the Gaslamp Quarter, Morton's teems with conventioneers out for a night on the town. Bar 12-21, named for the month and day that the first Morton's restaurant opened in 1978, offers an extensive list of original cocktails and tasty appetizers such as filet mignon sliders. For the main event, the restaurant excels at classic steak-house fare: bone-in ribeye, New York strip steak, and mixed grills
such as filet mignon with shrimp. Expect a treat: Morton's knows how to put on a superb spread that takes the concept of indulgence to new heights.
Jul 24, 2008
You just can't go wrong here. It's a bit pricey but worth it!
Jul 30, 2002
You arrive at Mortons and are escorted to your table by the hostess. Picture dark wood, leather booths, white tablecloths. Elegant, right? Now your waiter arrives wearing a t-shirt and pushing a cart of raw meat. What's wrong with this picture? After placing and receiving our order, we seemed to have fallen off the wait staff radar and had to continually ask to have water and wine glasses filled. I prepare better steaks at home. And the prices were
ridiculously for such a casual dining experience.