It was several days into our trip to San Francisco and time for a good, sit down meal that involved cloth napkins, table clothes and red meat. Not knowing a lot about restaurants in San Francisco, we stumbled upon Morton's on our way back to the hotel, checked the menu and decided to make a reservation. Luckily, it was a Sunday night and there was a spot for us at 8:30 that evening. We couldn't have been happier! The room had a real 'steak house' look and feel. Noisy, lots of tables and people and, after grabbing dinner at local haunts for a couple of nights, filled with the most fantastic scent of steak. We were somewhat surprised when we perused the menu and checked out the costs -- our favourite steak, a ribeye - was $48. Others were even pricier.The waitress suggested the steak was large enough to share. Excellent advice! There was plenty for two of us, when we combined it with two delicious sides: grilled asparagus and spinach with button mushrooms. We split a Caesar to start (delicious!) and ended the meal with a shared piece of carrot cake that I dreamed about that night ... seriously. The steak was heavenly. Perfectly cooked and absolutely delicious. Worth the note, too, was the service. Attentive by not annoying. Would we recommend Morton's to friends? Absolutely. Would we go back again? Anytime.
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