Morton’s – The Steakhouse

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Thanks to Morton’s incredible Savor the Summer special, you don’t have to feel guilty when indulging in an elaborate four-course dinner. Now until September 30, enjoy four courses at the infamous Morton’s Steakhouse for $49.

Despite sounding too good to be true, it is actually better than you thought. Math was never my strong suit, but an ahi tuna tower, tomato & mozzarella salad, filet mignon, lyonaisse potatoes and an individual soufflé sounds like five dishes to me. The generous Morton’s team only counts the appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert as the (four) main courses, and throw in a side dish for good measure. Each category has four to five choices, so even if you’re not a carnivore, you will have plenty of options from which to choose. Click HERE to see the full menu.


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Still think there has to be catch? You do have to be slightly tech savvy and in-the-know to cash in on the perks. The special is not listed on the menu, so click on this link and show your server the certificate on your smart phone when you order.

It’s been a little while since I’ve dined at Morton’s, but if my memory serves me correctly, the soufflés are heavenly. Now if only they could take out a few calories, then they would really be sporty….


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Sarah Levy delighted millions as the owner and proprietor of Sarah's Pastries & Candies, one of Chicago's most popular confectionaries since its opening in 2004. A graduate of Northwestern University and the French Pastry School, Ms. Levy is the author of Sweetness: Delicious Baked Treats for Every Occasion and the winner of the Food Network Challenge. She’s been featured in USA TodayBetter Homes and Gardens and the Chicago Tribune, among many others. Ms. Levy's now doing business as S. Levy Foods, and is a leader in the airport food concession business.