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LAST NIGHT: A STEAK GRILLS IN BROOKLYN

LAST NIGHT: A STEAK GRILLS IN BROOKLYN
LAST NIGHT: A STEAK GRILLS IN BROOKLYN
Morton's steak, that is. Last night we stopped by the grand opening of the steakhouse's newest (and 80th) location at 339 Adams St. in downtown Brooklyn. Mayor Mike and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz were on hand for the celebration, which also raised money for the Brooklyn Friends School's Horizons Academic Enrichment Program through a silent auction.
LAST NIGHT: A STEAK GRILLS IN BROOKLYN
Marty is center, with (landlord) Muss Development's James Whelan,Jason Muss, principal Joshua Muss and Morton's CEO Tom Baldwin. Joshua tells us the restaurant was a grand slam for the borough, considering the bustling location and visitor potentialfrom the Marriott next door. The crowd was good practice for him, as he's having a family reunion on Thanksgiving with 200 relatives (no typo).
LAST NIGHT: A STEAK GRILLS IN BROOKLYN
Marty didn't sell Morton's a piece of the Brooklyn Bridge, but he did present Tom, sales & marketing manager Lola Kent, president Edie Ames and GM Tom Roken with a nice replica. He's quite a fan of the restaurant, and gave us his top picks: salmon, macaroni and cheese, hamburgers and carrot cake. And he'll soon have even more Morton's to choose from—Tom Baldwin tells us that the restaurant is aggressively searching for additional opportunities around New York City, in addition to its Brooklyn and 551 Fifth Ave.locations.
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