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Coral Gables

 

 
Morton's The Steakhouse Coral Gables exemplifies class and elegance in an ideal setting. Situated on the historic Miracle Mile in The City Beautiful, Morton’s Coral Gables is surrounded by world-renowned art galleries, boutiques, and international businesses. Whether dining for lunch or dinner, guests can enjoy the intimate outdoor patio, indulge inside the main dining room, or host private events both large and small in the boardroom. Fresh and delicious seafood, USDA prime-aged beef, hand picked produce and elegant desserts are always on the menu and guests can rest assured that their private dining experiences will be something to remember.

Address
2333 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Phone: 305-442-1662
Fax: 305-442-1927

Hours of Operation
Bar
Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 11pm
Sunday 11:30am - 10pm

Dining Room
Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 11pm
Sunday 11:30am - 10pm

Managers
Mark Cline, General Manager
Elizabeth Nourse, Sales & Marketing Manager

Sommeliers:
Joshua Rains, Morton's Sommelier

Private Dining Rooms
Available to private parties for breakfast, lunch and dinner
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Nearby Morton's Locations:
Boca Raton | Fort Lauderdale | Miami | North Miami Beach | Palm Beach

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Nearby Landmarks & Additional Information
  • Venetian Pool: A Coral Gables landmark, included in the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1923 from a coral rock quarry, the pool is spring fed and designed to resemble an Italian grotto.
  • The Biltmore hotel:University of Miami A national historic landmark, this luxury hotel was built in 1926. Amenities include a championship golf course, spa, and the largest hotel pool in the continental US.
  • The Fairchild tropical Botanic Garden : Designed in 1938, the garden is an 83 acre natural preserve on the edge of Coral Gables, offering guided walking tours, tram tours, and seasonal special events.
  • University of Miami: The largest private research university in the Southeastern United States, UM offers the Lowe Art Museum, sports, theater, music, and other cultural events.