Morton’s The Steakhouse is an old school meat-lover’s paradise, stately enough to beckon businesspeople and celebratory crowds alike to enjoy a meal fit for a king and a classically cool martini alongside. But parting ways with some of its traditional elegance and modernizing to attract a broader crowd, Morton’s officially relocated from its 1710 Wynkoop Street location to a new space at 1745 Wazee Street.
Guests will immediately notice a new entryway with polished chrome and glass, as well as a sleekness of shadowy grey, black and brown with golden accents. The glow of decorative glass within tiered light fixtures glistens, flickering off smoked mirror columns. Morton’s also welcomes a redesigned logo, replacing the traditional dog bone. Yet, with all the changes, Leroy Neiman’s artistic prints remain colorfully true to the Morton’s brand in the new space. Moreover, the kitchen team will continue to serve up its classic offerings of USDA prime-aged beef steaks, fresh fish and seafood.
The restaurant – which first opened in Chicago in 1978, with more than 74 worldwide locations to date – is open Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m. The bar opens at 4 p.m. daily and offers a heavy-hitting Power Hour from 4 p.m. to 6:30. Its Denver Tech Center location closed in 2012.