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Morton's The Steakhouse Restaurant Review: This classic steakhouse has a loyal clientele, including locals who keep their own wine stash at the ready for dinner. Morton’s claim to fame is steaks. If price is no object to a good meal, you've found the place, which may be why it's usually packed with conventioneers and business associates, all here to drink martinis and sink their teeth into the juicy steaks. Start with a classic --- baked escargots, jumbo lump crab meat cocktail, or Morton's beefsteak tomato salad --- before segueing into the generously cut chops, steaks and seafood entrées. The five peppercorn-rubbed Prime strip steak, double-cut filet mignon and enormous porterhouse are all popular. Not in the mood for steak? Double-rib lamb chops and Chilean sea bass filet à la nage are good choices. As for side dishes, don't pass up the specialty, "twice baked" au gratin potatoes. While the steakhouse is particularly close to the Central Florida theme parks, it is tucked away in the quaint Doctor Phillips Marketplace, a respite of sorts from nearby tourist hangouts.