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Morton's The Steakhouse Restaurant Review: Located on the basement level of a handsome 19th-century building on historic Main Street, the Louisville Morton’s is decked out like an executive boardroom. Artwork depicts Louisville sports legends such as Muhammad Ali and images of Churchill Downs and Thoroughbreds. Immensely proportioned servings are the trademark of the steakhouse chain, so expect the steaks to barely fit on their plates and the asparagus spears to rival the dimensions of a Louisville Slugger. Happily, even the cocktails are big, as are the prices on the internationally chosen wine list. In addition to the house-aged Prime steaks, you’ll find veal, pork and lamb chops as well as a range of upscale seafood choices: lobster, king crab legs, sea bass, jumbo shrimp. À la carte sides such as sautéed Brussels sprouts, creamed spinach and Lyonnaise potatoes are portioned for sharing. For dessert, accompany the signature Godiva chocolate cake with a shot of premium bourbon.