The famous Chicago-based steakhouse has opened a branch in Westchester. Signature dishes include Cajun ribeye, Sicilian veal chop, porterhouse steak for two as well as classic sides of creamed spinach, baked Idaho potato, and hash brown potatoes. High-carb desserts featured are Morton's legendary hot chocolate cake, Key lime pie, and a variety of souffles. Posh boardroom-style rooms are available for private parties. Open for dinner seven days a week. Reservations recommended.
Best Steakhouse 2006
Best New Steakhouse 2005. Chain or not, Morton's has the formula on what makes a good steakhouse: a show-and-tell preview of dinner via a rolling cart of mastadon-sized slabs of USDA Midwest grain-fed beef, spacious leather booths below celebrity photographs, and belt-loosening portions. Bring a big wallet, a big appetite, and big expectations. None will be let down.