Dine With Your Valentine

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Dine With Your Valentine

February 11 -14

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Morton’s!

• Our Dine With Your Valentine Special features a Three Course Chateaubriand Menu!
• Start with our rich Lobster Bisque, then savor our Chateaubriand for Two with Sauce Béarnaise and Red Wine Demi-Glace Reduction + a Choice of (2) Sides to share.
• Finish your romantic meal by choosing from four Desserts – Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake, Seasonal Bread Pudding, Crème Brûlée, or New York Style Cheesecake.
• And don’t forget our $49 Wine Bottle Pairings: Raymond, “Primal Cut,” Cabernet Sauvignon, North Coast and JCB, “No 21,” Brut, Crémant de Bourgogne.
• Just $159 for two people.

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Valentine’s Day menu is based on availability. Reservations are recommended for our Dine With Your Valentine Special. Contact the restaurant for more information.Morton’s The Steakhouse in Naperville is located in Freedom Commons, located just off Interstate 88 at the Naperville Road exit. Boasting a modern and decadent interior as well as a stylish patio, it is as elegant to dine in as it is easy to get to. Located in the heart of one of the nation’s best-loved cities, it is a popular destination for a plate of Bar Bites and a glass of wine at Bar 12•21, or for a relaxing dinner after a busy day. Every detail, from the succulent steaks and seafood and vast wine selections to the seamless service, makes Morton’s the classic dining experience.
How it all began…
Morton’s actually exists today because of…hamburgers! Years ago, before co-founders Arnie Morton and Klaus Fritsch really knew one another, they both worked at the Playboy Club in Montreal. The club was changing the menu, and Klaus cooked a hamburger that was sent out for Arnie to try. Arnie burst into the kitchen, demanding to know “Who cooked that hamburger?” 
When Klaus stepped forward, he wasn’t sure if Arnie was going to be pleased or not but was relieved to hear him say that it was the best he’d ever tasted. From that day forward, they called it the “Million-Dollar Hamburger”.
Morton’s achievements are not limited to its four walls of the restaurants. Our culture is one that’s also committed to community service, both locally and nationally.