Morton's continues to offer their 3-course dinner special but the price has slowly crept up to $60 a person. And one of the items, the Shrimp Alexander, once touted as Colossal, is now listed as Jumbo in their recent ads. But in reality, we received 3 smallish shrimps (probably were 25-32/lb uncooked size). 1-2 bites each. Also, the waiter told us the filets were 6 ounces (uncooked, of course) but my wife took hers home and it weighed exactly 4.0 ounces suggesting it was originally a bit less than 6 ounces (I checked the internet and the usual rule of thumb it that you lose 10-25% upon cooking depending on starting size and degree of doneness). Taste-wise they are still excellent. Morton's also did away with their waiter "show" where the various cuts of steaks (and lobster) and later, the desserts, are displayed. It was always fun seeing the lobster try to crawl off the table. Sadly, for us, it's no longer our go-to restaurant for steaks.
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