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Morton's The Steakhouse Restaurant Review: Located across the street from the Keller Auditorium, clubby Morton's attracts both show-goers and tourists in the mood for a thick, juicy steak served with traditional accompaniments. Distinguishing features include soft lighting, décor in quiet tones, and displays of Bordeaux to accompany the meat-eaters menu. There's a tedious show-and-tell you must endure before ordering, but once this is accomplished, you'll be served a steak starring aged beef that's mostly Prime and butter-soft. We recommend the porterhouse and the filet mignon with béarnaise sauce. If you don't enjoy big beef, no problem. Morton's also serves lobster, crab cakes and ahi, plus a wide variety of chops and chicken. Everything is available à la carte, which quickly elevates the tab, but it’s hard to pass up side dishes such as sautéed Brussels sprouts with bacon, and creamed spinach. A special gluten-free menu is available, too. If you desire dessert, the warm chocolate cake is a must. Smaller and more affordable meals are available in the bar, which hosts a popular happy hour. The three-course lunch with a wide choice of starters is another good value. Wine aficionados will appreciate the extensive list that includes many selections by the glass. Service is both professional and personal.