Morton’s Steakhouse Menu Prices

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October, 2022 Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.

Below are the latest Morton’s Steakhouse menu prices.

Item Price

Weekly Specials

Enjoy Morton's Specially priced offering every day of the week! No discounts offered on the Specials. THIS SAT (5.2) & SUN (5.3) Slow Roasted PRIME RIB SPECIAL Returns Due to High Demand BUT LIMITED AVAILABILITY ! Call your Local Morton's to PRE-ORDER TODAY!
Lamb Chop Lollipop Quartet Special $20.90
Monday & Tuesday Special $53.90
Friday Dinner Special $64.90
Thursday Special: Wagyu Meatball $20.90
Tuesday Special $53.90
Today's Special: 32 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye Steak $75.90
Wednesday & Sunday Special $12.10

Appetizers

Colossal Crabmeat Cocktail $17.60
Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail $21.07
Jumbo Lump Crab Cake $16.68

Salads

Caesar Salad $9.86
Center Cut Iceberg Salad $11.00

Steaks & Entrées

All Steaks cooked to your desired Temperature
Center-Cut Filet Mignon $28.33
Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes $31.14
Broiled Ora King Salmon $24.20
Morton's Prime Burger, French Fries $14.30

Butters & Sauces

Steak Enhancements
Black Truffle Butter $6.60
Roasted Shallot & Balsamic Butter $5.50
Cognac Sauce Au Poive $5.50
Blue Cheese Butter $5.50

Sides for Sharing

Matchstick French Fries $8.80
Steamed Fresh Broccoli $9.67
Steamed Jumbo Asparagus $8.80
Sautéed Brussels Sprouts $9.38
Grilled Jumbo Asparagus $8.80
Smoked Gouda & Bacon Au Gratin Potatoes $8.80
Creamed Spinach $8.97
Baked Potato $8.80
Bacon & Onion Macaroni & Cheese $8.97

Desserts

Double Chocolate Mousse $6.60
Key Lime Pie $7.11

Beverages

Coke $2.20
Diet Coke $2.20
Sprite $2.20
Ginger Ale $2.20

Butcher Cuts : Steaks, Chops & Seafood

*All items are Packaged in cryo-vac (raw/uncooked), and includes our signature Morton's Seasoning & our House-made Au Jus
12 oz. Center-Cut Filet Mignon $29.70
16 oz. Prime Signature Cut New York Strip $30.80
16 oz. Prime Boneless Ribeye $33.00
16 oz. Prime Cajun Ribeye $35.20
21 oz. Prime "Chicago Cut" Bone-In Ribeye $37.10
24 oz. Prime Porterhouse $37.40
42 oz. Prime Porterhouse $55.00
16 oz. Prime Double-Cut Pork Chop $15.40
8 oz. SRF Wagyu, "Gold Label", Manhattan Cut $38.50
8 oz. SRF Wagyu, "Baseball Cut", Sirloin Steak $22.00
8 oz. SRF Wagyu, "Denver Cut", Zabuton Steak $33.00
8 oz. SRF Wagyu, Coulotte Steak $27.50
10 oz. Prime Angus Sirloin $16.50
14 oz. Angus New York Strip $26.40
King Salmon Fillet $13.20
Chilean Sea Bass $18.62
Cold Water Lobster Tail 5-6 oz. $19.80
Cold Water Lobster Tail 8 oz. $24.20

Chef Kits

Morton's Specialties packed in cryo-vac (raw/uncooked) ready for you to pick-up, grill and cook in your home kitchen.
Home Cookout $42.90
Table for Two $64.90
The "Six" Pack $108.90
For The Grill Master $141.90
For The Morton's Fanatic $328.90
Shrimp Boil $42.90
Crab Cakes "Fest" $53.90
Twin Tails $31.90

Burger Patties

10 oz. each (packed raw/uncooked) with Burger Buns.
Morton's Prime Burger Patties $4.40
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About Morton’s Steakhouse

Morton’s Steakhouse prices are reasonable especially when the world-class quality of their steak dishes are considered. The chain of more than 70 steakhouses in the United States and abroad has earned its reputation as being among the best since its establishment more than 30 years ago.

History

In 1978, Arnie Morton and Klaus Fritsch opened the first Morton’s, The Steakhouse in Chicago, Illinois particularly in Newberry Plaza. It is still in operation to this day.

In December 2011, Tilman Fertitta announced the acquisition of all Morton’s stocks by Landry’s, Inc. thus resulting in it complete ownership. By 2012, Landry’s completed its takeover and transferred the Morton’s headquarters to Houston, Texas.

What It’s Famous For

Morton’s, The Steakhouse is a steakhouse with a sterling reputation but diners have to be prepared to pay for the luxurious dining experience. While there’s no shortage of upscale steakhouses, such as Mastro’s, Fleming’s, and Capital Grille, Morton’s is unquestionably one of the leaders with its truly delicious steaks.

Why Eat Here

You will find plenty of reasons to become a regular patron at Morton’s despite the relatively high-end prices starting at $65 for a basic meal for a single person. Your first impression will likely be the stunning décor that sets the mood for the rest of the evening – elegant yet comforting and filling.

You will also be impressed by the clientele, which apparently includes many local celebrities as well as well-heeled residents and tourists; be sure to follow the strict dress code as you can be denied entry.  You should also make reservations since it can be packed with diners on both weekdays and weekends.

Of course, Morton’s is an upscale steakhouse so steaks in various cuts and cooking styles are the stars of the show. You can request for your steak to be prepared rare, medium rare, or well-done depending on your preference although emphasis must be made that medium rare is the best kind for pork and beef.  You also have several choices in appetizers, such as the seafood platter served on a bed of ice, salads and sides, and desserts as well as drinks including a selection of the best wines.

You will find the servers to be well-trained, as evidenced by their knowledgeable recommendations, friendly attitude, and efficient service. You are, indeed, in an upscale restaurant when the managers and servers are working well together in ensuring that the transition from one dish to the next is as smooth as possible.

To learn more about Morton’s Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.mortons.com.

Morton’s Steakhouse FAQ

How much is Morton's Steakhouse's Lamb Chop Lollipop Quartet Special?

Lamb Chop Lollipop Quartet Special – $20.90

How much is a Caesar Salad at Morton's Steakhouse?

Caesar Salad – $9.86

How much are Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes at Morton's Steakhouse?

Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes – $31.14

How much does a Morton's Steakhouse's Black Truffle Butter Cost?

Black Truffle Butter – $6.60

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