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Morton's The Steakhouse Restaurant Review: If you’re a high-roller on an expense account hoping to impress a client, this Denver outpost of a national chain of pseudo-gentleman clubs may be a good place to win that big account. Or if you’re some deep-pocketed trustafarian, maybe this a good place to call home come dinnertime? But we scratch our heads over why these extremely over-priced meat houses pack in the good ol’ boys and real and imagined upper-crusters. Sure, the slabs of aged beef are exceptional, the lobsters and fish couldn’t be fresher. But at these inflated prices they should be, and they ought to come with more than pretentious service and nary a side dish. And what’s with that $8 baked potato? The $25 shot of single malt scotch? If spending a small fortune on a meal makes you feel special, hand your keys to the valet and step right in. We say no thanks unless we’re not the ones getting the credit card bill in the mail.