This is in response to a posting on the L.A. board, in which the poster expresses some concern about dining at Mortons, which has "high prices" and is a "chain".
Morton's is a high-end steak house, the prices are what I would consider reasonable and normal for this type of establishment. I have had the pleasure of dining at Morton's in Atlanta, New York and Boston. Morton's serves aged, prime beef. My experience at each of these outlets has always been excellent, and Morton's pride themselves on their consistency. The unadorned New York Strip, cooked medium-rare at Morton's is the best tasting, tenderest, juciest, New York steak I have ever had in 57 years or eating.
If you enjoy good beef prepared properly, this is the place for you. And yes, they have a schtick where they cart out all of the cuts of beef, but they also do have a printed menu, and you can dispense with the showmanship.