Peter Luger, New York’s gold standard for steakhouses, served its first porterhouse in 1887. It’s been a fixture on Williamsburg’s south side forever (predating even the trucker hat). It’s grander than just a restaurant: It’s an institution.
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Brooklyn’s first Morton’s Steakhouse will occupy 14,000 square feet inside the expanded Marriott on Adams Street, according to a deal announced Tuesday.
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Celebrated National Chain, Morton’s, To Open First Brooklyn Restaurant
NEW YORK – The prolific team of Faith Hope Consolo, Chairman, and Joseph A. Aquino, Executive Read More