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    Anyone know which the closest mortons is to akl? we've been told this is the best steakhouse money can buy so we want to give it a try

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    found this on there website
    Address:
    Dr. Phillips Market Place
    7600 Dr. Phillips Boulevard
    Orlando, Florida 32819

    Phone: 407-248-3485
    Fax: 407-248-8559

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    If you have your own transport, or if you are going to take a cab, start at DTD, the Marketplace side/end.

    Take Hotel Plaza Blvd, to Crossroad's Plaza where you will take a left and move immediately to the far right lane. You will take a right at Palm Parkway, that becomes Turkey Lake Road. At the intersection of Turkey Lake and Sand Lake, take a left on Sand Lake Road. Follow Sand Lake to Dr. Phillips Blvd, where you will take a right and then the first left into the series of shops. Morton's will be in the end closest to Sand Lake Rd.

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveann, post: 44480
    found this on there website
    Address:
    Dr. Phillips Market Place
    7600 Dr. Phillips Boulevard
    Orlando, Florida 32819

    Phone: 407-248-3485
    Fax: 407-248-8559
    I have always wanted to try Mortons. I will check it out when we next visit disney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneydiva, post: 44660
    I have always wanted to try Mortons. I will check it out when we next visit disney.
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    It's not far at all from DTD. You will really enjoy it, I'm sure! You'll go right past Ruth's Chris which is another very nice steakhouse. Maybe just a tiny bit less expensive then Morton's but truly they are in the same league. Morton's has a bit more of a Gentlemen's Club feel, whereas Ruth's Chris is quite modern (but with dark woods and understated decor) inside.

    Both are great for excellent beef, atmosphere and service.

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    I would love to try Mortons and Ruth Chris'. They will both be on my dining list for next time. :p015:

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