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    Ok we'll have a slot for a really good steakhouse and hear good things about shulas which will probably be easier to get to but we're told that mortons would be even better?

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    Have to agree, and more expensive. Shula's isn't bad by any means, but Morton's is in a different class. It is a chain, though albeit very high end.
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    Mortons for us in December I think! Shulas is hmmmm, "ok" but I don't *love* it
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    Haven't done Shula's but have done Morton's here locally in NOVA. It is VERY upscale, everything is ala carte. For a very special dinner I would choose Morton's.





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 56333
    Haven't done Shula's but have done Morton's here locally in NOVA. It is VERY upscale, everything is ala carte. For a very special dinner I would choose Morton's.
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    we really liked shulas though the menu is on a football and it was so dark we could hardly read it

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