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Morton's The Steakhouse Restaurant Review: Morton’s satisfies those in the mood for a thick juicy steak served with traditional accompaniments and plenty of fanfare. It attracts both a pre-theater crowd (Keller Auditorium is across the street) and an expense account business clientele. You'll find soft lighting, décor in quiet tones and professional service. The aged beef is mostly Prime and buttery-soft; try 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 also available. If you desire dessert, the warm chocolate cake is a must. Smaller and more affordable meals are offered 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.