Morton's The Steakhouse
High-end chain for prime beef & seafood
American · Nob Hill · $$$
The Zagat Review
4.5
Food
4.3
Decor
4.3
Service
 
These links of a national chain provide a "classic steakhouse" experience – "perfectly cooked" chops, "welcoming service" , clubby atmospherics – that works for both "date night" or "business" dining; no kidding, it’s a "high-end experience" with a guaranteed "big bill" at the finish, but most agree "you can’t go wrong here."
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hours Open Today · 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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Monday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
location 400 Post St. Lower Level, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States phone +1 415-986-5830 website www.mortons.com directions Get Directions
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Google Reviews
4.0
(322)
Highly overpriced (even by NY standards). While the steak was good, they do not know how to cook it. There was no crust or char on the outside. I looked at the kitchen (it is an open air kitchen) and see they cook the steaks (as well as other food at the same time) in a broiler which is about 12" under the flame. Not the way to do it. If you want a good steak, there is only one place - Peter Luger's in NY. There are other steak houses in San Francisco which offer a better steak. This was a huge disappointment.
Warren Gatto · August 8, 2017
The meat was incredibly delicious, best steak I've ever had. But the rest of the experience was less than stellar: * We had to wait half an hour to get our table, even though we called in advance to make a reservation * The over-friendliness of the service staff in the states is very annoying and a bit disturbing (I'm used to North European style which is waaaaay less intrusive and more pleasant overall) * When we got the receipt there were hidden charges, like always in the states, and this will never cease to annoy and baffle me. Not only I'm forced to leave a huge tip, and pay the weird taxes, but also a surcharge (for whatever reason that is not explained). Can you people just put the final price on the menu like reasonable countries do? It makes dinning out incredibly unpleasant >_
Tuki Clavero · August 8, 2017
Surprised and relatively disappointed with the experience and food at this SF location... although I hadn't been to a Morton's in a while, and maybe things aren't same as they used to be. Ordered soup that was excessively salty, but server removed it from the bill, which was nice. Steak was good. $14 potato was not good... which surprised me, as you'd think it'd be perfect. I was also surprised by the amount of upselling that went on... from the wine, to the presentation of the loyalty club program for $25. Just seemed odd, to pay $57 for a steak, and receive a presentation on the benefits of joining Landry Loyalty Club. Whole Morton's experience was just off... but enjoyed the city, nonetheless.
David Weiss · July 4, 2017