Philadelphia Restaurants


Morton's, the Steakhouse

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This classic steak house attracts many visitors familiar with its outposts in other cities, as well as a devoted coterie of local business executives. Etched glass and wood paneling provide a semblance of privacy in the large dining room, and there's an intimate stand-up bar and cigar lounge for postprandial puffing. The house specialty, a 24-ounce porterhouse, puts the most determined carnivore to the test. Pristine whole fish and lobsters are priced by the pound. Sides are steak house–style huge. Reservations are recommended.

    Restaurant Details

  • Jacket required
  • Reservations essential
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 05-19-2011

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    Typical Mall Restaurant - but great steaks !

    We were really suprised with the quality of the steaks. It's a typical mall restaurant - crowded and noisey but the food was very good. The service was OK but it looked like the staff had a hard time keeping up with the amount of people in the restaurant. At first they put us in a small room but it reaked of stale cigarette smoke and we asked to be moved and they were very accomodating. It was more expensive than we had anticipated but now that we know that the quality was there we will go back.

    by JerseySue, 1/25/07

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