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There are quite a few venerable steakhouses in Midtown, but Morton’s stands tall among them. With its tuxedoed waitstaff and low-lit, wood-paneled decor, Morton’s takes a classic and classy approach to steak. The best items on the menu are prepared with admirable simplicity: the double-cut filet mignon, the massive yet tender porterhouse for two and the gooey Godiva chocolate cake send most patrons sighing heavenward. Located on Fifth Avenue, Morton’s is close to shopping (Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue) and convenient to attractions (Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral). Special occasions and corporate diners can also be hosted in several private dining rooms.