“The casual, yet sophisticated, atmosphere of the Morton’s Grille will allow greater accessibility for guests. Stemming from the nationally acclaimed brand with the highest level of quality as a priority, the menu at Morton’s Grille will incorporate some of the classic steakhouse items as well as what are sure to be new favorites,” said Tim Whitlock, senior vice president of operations and chief operating officer for Morton’s The Steakhouse.
The playful and inventive menu definitely stands on its own, apart from the more traditional steakhouse. Great options for sharing include the Tuna Poke with a soy caramel sauce, Creole Shrimp with white cheddar spoon bread, or the Veal and Mozz, or Buffalo Chicken Meatballs.
Of course, the Morton’s name would not precede “Grille” if classic steakhouse options were not available as well. The menu features traditional favorites including center-cut filet mignon, center-cut rib eye, double-cut pork chop and even a “dirty” pork chop, among others. Top it off with your favorite butter, whether it is infused with black truffles, blue cheese or a decadent foie gras-cognac compound.
The bar area at Morton’s Grille is sure to be a popular after-work destination. Guests can indulge in handcrafted cocktails that are as creative as the menu items themselves. The fully stocked bar also includes a list of local craft beers and original cocktails. For those looking to share, there are two punch bowls available, which serve four to six people:
• Bachelorette Punch
Mount Gay rum, triple sec, coconut water, lime, pineapple juice and strawberry puree, topped with Piper Sonoma sparkling wine and six drops of Fee Brothers Falernum;
• Punch in the Face
Sombra Agave de Oaxaca Mezcal, lime, honey, Fever Tree ginger ale, jalapeno, orange slices and orange juice.
This original outlet will have happy hour available in the bar area Monday through Friday, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to close. Priced at $6, $7 and $8, items on the happy hour menu include Toasted Garlic Sticks with blue cheese fondue; Filet Mignon Trio served with sauce au poivre, béarnaise and blue cheese butter; and Tot’chos – crispy tater tots with spicy beef, co-jack cheese and jalapenos.
Morton’s Grille can seat over 160, has a private dining room large enough for 48 guests, and creates the perfect setting for any business meeting, family gathering or intimate dinner.