MORTON’S THE STEAKHOUSE & DAOU FAMILY ESTATES TO HOST“A TASTE OF TWO LEGENDS” WINE DINNER
Renowned steakhouse and admired vineyard partner for cross-country culinary event on October 24
Morton’s The Steakhouse and DAOU Family Estates have joined forces to host “A Taste of Two Legends,” an exceptional culinary event held simultaneously at Morton’s locations across the country. On Saturday, October 24, guests attending the nationwide celebration can enjoy a chef-curated four-course meal paired with hand-selected bottles of DAOU Family wines to perfectly complement the meal.
“Morton’s The Steakhouse and DAOU Family Estates are two of the most revered institutions in the food and wine industry,” said Tim Whitlock, COO Morton’s The Steakhouse. “We are thrilled to partner with DAOU Family Estates to host this extraordinary wine dinner and welcome our patrons across the U.S. to enjoy this unmatched culinary experience.”
A Taste of Two Legends will feature pours of:
· DAOU, Sauvignon Blanc, Paso Robles
· DAOU, “The Pessimist”, Red Blend, Paso Robles
· DAOU, Reserve, Cabernet, Paso Robles
· DAOU, Chardonnay, Paso Robles
· DAOU, “Soul of a Lion”, Cabernet, Paso Robles
In addition to the exemplary wine pours, guests will be served a decadent, perfectly paired, four-course dinner including a Colossal Lump Crab and Avocado Salad with Hackleback Caviar, Chives, Dijon Mustard Dressing and Sea Salt Potato Chip; a Lobster-Cargot with Herbed Garlic Butter and Crisp Puff Pastry; a Snake River Farms Filet Mignon with Twice-Baked Garlic Duck Fat Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, Truffle Sauce Foyot; and La Bête Noire with Whipped Cream and Fresh Berries. To purchase tickets, visit www.mortons.com.
Morton’s The Steakhouse opened its first location in Chicago in 1978 and now boasts 65 locations worldwide. Morton’s strives to exceed guests’ expectations through its food, award-winning wine list, atmosphere, genuine hospitality and unparalleled service.
Morton’s offers diners “The Best Steak… Anywhere,” serving only USDA prime-aged beef. Besides its exceptional steaks, Morton’s offers diners fresh fish and seafood, and hand-picked produce. Morton’s commitment to excellence is unwavering and is showcased in each menu item through the careful preparation and quality ingredients. Whether gathering with friends or enjoying a business dinner, Morton’s guests have come to expect remarkable service and reliable experiences that keep them coming back from more. For more information on Morton’s The Steakhouse, please visit www.mortons.com.
ABOUT LANDRY’S, INC.
Landry’s, Inc., wholly owned by Tilman J. Fertitta, is a multinational, diversified restaurant, hospitality, gaming and entertainment company based in Houston, Texas. The company operates more than 600 high-end and casual dining establishments around the world, including well-known concepts such as Mastro’s Restaurants, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouses and Del Frisco’s Grille, as well as a group of signature high end restaurants, including Vic & Anthony's, Strip House, The Oceanaire, Chart House, Willie G’s McCormick & Schmick’s and Brenner’s Steak House, plus casual dining brands including Landry’s Seafood, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Rainforest Cafe, Mitchell’s Fish Market Restaurants, and Saltgrass Steak House, along with popular New York
BR Guest Restaurants such as Dos Caminos and Bill’s Bar & Burger. Landry’s also owns Restaurants Unlimited with fine dining and casual concepts such as Portland City Grill, Henry’s Tavern, Kincaid’s and more. Landry’s gaming division includes the renowned Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino brand, with locations in Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nev.; Atlantic City, N.J.; Biloxi, Miss.; and Lake Charles, La. Landry’s entertainment and hospitality divisions encompass popular destinations including the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier, Kemah Boardwalk, Aquarium Restaurants and other exciting attractions, coupled with deluxe accommodations throughout the Houston and Galveston area, including the luxurious San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center on Galveston Island and The Post Oak Hotel in Houston, Texas.