Steak News: Morton’s Summer Menu,Bourbon Day at III Forks
Steak pairs well with anything. Of course there are the traditional steak-mates like asparagus, bearnaise, and frites, but the laundry list of potential steak accessories goes so much further. For instance, root beer floats and key lime pie make for apt steakhouse desserts, baked onion soup is a potent precursor, and bourbon washes everything down quite nicely. From ice cream float pop-ups to a new summertime prix fixe, here are a few steakhouse flavors to partake in this season.
For a limited time, Morton’s The Steakhouse is serving up a summertime prix fixe menu for $49 per person. The seasonal four-courser has a refined focus on freshness, with new appetizers, sides, entrees, and desserts available now through June 26. Each course comes with several options for guests, starting with appetizers like an ahi tuna tower, prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella, and baked five-onion soup. Next is the salad course, with options such as tomato-mozzarella salad, chopped spinach salad, the signature Morton’s salad, or a Caesar salad. For entrees, there’s a six-ounce filet mignon, honey-chili glazed salmon, chicken bianco, chicken Christopher, shrimp scampi capellini, and sides like garlic green beans, Lyonnaise potatoes, mashed potatoes, and creamed spinach. Souffle, key lime pie, and chocolate mousse are on deck for dessert.