SOUTH FLORIDA (May 31, 2011) – Morton’s The Steakhouse restaurants in South Florida are making it easy for Miami Heat fans to cheer on their home team during the NBA Finals by extending the restaurant’s popular Power Hours from opening to closing on all game nights in the restaurant’s Bar 12●21 lounge and in the luxurious private boardrooms (based on availability).
During these “White Hot Heat” Power Hours, Morton’s offers a taste-tempting variety of signature Bar Bites for just $5 and $6 and a plate, including Filet Sandwiches, Mini Prime Cheeseburgers, Smoked Salmon Pizza, Crab Cake BLTS and more. Power Hour pricing on select wines by the glass, beers and cocktails ranges from $4 to $7. Best of all, fans can enjoy watching the action on several plasma screen televisions located throughout the bar, or depending on availability, on a nine-foot drop down screen in each restaurant’s comfortable private boardrooms.
For fans looking to bring their whole team while enjoying the regular dinner menu, which includes Morton’s legendary “USDA Prime” steaks and a variety of fresh seafood and lobster, Morton’s exclusive boardrooms are available for private parties and can accommodate as many as 90 guests in Fort Lauderdale, 85 in West Palm Beach and 75 in Boca Raton. Boardrooms have a nine-foot drop-down screen with surround sound offering a digital HD experience.
Regular Power Hours are seven days a week from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. in West Palm Beach.
Morton’s The Steakhouse’s Broward and Palm Beach county restaurants are located at:
– Fort Lauderdale
500 East Broward Boulevard
– Boca Raton
5050 Town Center Circle
– West Palm Beach
777 South Flagler Drive