Deals vary by location but most include $5 beers, $6.50 wines, $7.50 Cosmos, and $6 to $7 Bar Bites such as Petite Filet Mignon sandwich, Prime Cheeseburger, and Miniature crab Cakes.
Power Hour times vary by restaurant, some from 5 pm to closing, some from 5-6:30 and 9 pm to closing.
For times and menus at the Morton’s near you, select your city from the Mortons website: http://www.mortons.com/power_hour.php
About Morton’s Steak House (from Wikipedia)
Morton’s The Steakhouse (formerly Morton’s of Chicago) was founded in 1978 by Arnie Morton and Klaus Fritsch. Today, there are 76 locations in the chain. Morton’s locations are decorated with a similar style, concept and decor. Approximately 80% of the business for Morton’s is based on business expense accounts, with an average guest bill being $88. 80% of the entrees ordered are beef, while that total makes up 38% of the restaurant’s overall sales. The wine list includes entries at over $5000 a bottle.In March 2009, Morton’s introduced “power hours” that feature $6 plates between 4:30-6:30 pm and after 9 pm.