I went into Morton’s Steakhouse the other day and they told me that they were going to stop serving their Mac & Cheese side in June. I could not take this laying down. I started writing letters to the corporate office that I hope would get someone’s attention. (I have posted them below). As of yet I haven’t heard back from them, anyone heard anything?
I love Morton’s and I'm there all the time and will continue to visit frequently. I heard a nasty little rumor last night that you guys are going to discontinue serving your Mac and Cheese side dish in favor of Onion Rings? At first I thought it was some kind of sick joke, but as I cried myself to sleep that night, I realized that it could actually happen. First 9/11, now this! Look, I don’t have much in this world, I’m not married I have no children. I fill the void in my life with noodles, cheese and breadcrumbs. Is that a crime? What have I done to deserve this? I pay my taxes, give back to the community and always use my blinker. I was always taught that God favors the righteous; this injustice rocks my belief system to the core. So I ask you, as a humble man, that you reconsider your decision to remove this heavenly bowl cholesterol filled goodness. Respectfully, Dr. G
Please let me know what the status of the Mac & Cheese is. Is it staying? Is it going? What can I do to keep it on the menu? Should I start a petition or make a “Save Morton’s Mac" facebook page? I’m getting a grass root campaign together, it’s small in numbers but we are mighty in spirit (and pants size). There has even been talk of organizing a march on Washington. (This poses an extra cost to us as current FAA regulations require most of us to purchase two adjacent airline seats.) You thought the Tea Parties were vocal, wait till you see the M&C parties. We have equipped ourselves with macaroni ribbons and some have even threatened to cover themselves with bread crumbs and melted cheddar and drag a giant fork behind them in a Christ-like display. I implore you; please don’t let it get to this point. Respectfully, Dr. G
I look forward to hearing from you.