Ruth's Chris Steak House
There was no doubt that this was good. The tomato salad featured crumbled blue cheese with a good amount of kick, and the filet came out sizzling loudly in butter (I actually requested the "extra butter" option), thus creating a great taste when eating the steak too. But would I trade that for Morton's? Probably not. While the tomatoes were good, I still prefer Morton's dressing over the sliced (dragon breath) onions used here. The sauteed mushrooms were a bummer in the sense that they were just whole mushrooms done very simply rather than the garlicky-buttery sliced mushrooms at Morton's. And while the filet was tender and full of flavor, it just didn't seem complete without the right sides.
Don't get me wrong; I definitely won't complain if I'm forced to eat Ruth's Chris. (The service was outstanding as well.) But if I had to pick just one, I'd side with Morton's, even if the sizzling butter here was awesome.