10/16/2012 10:18:00 AM

Morton's & History Channel Pair Up for A Culinary Lesson on Power Dining

Morton's The Steakhouse filet mignon and crab cake. Photo courtesy: Landry's Inc.
Nothing exudes a “power meal” like a thick juicy steak. With that in mind, the History channel in conjunction with Morton’s The Steakhouse is offering a duel promotion as the television network launches The Men Who Built America, a series on America’s most powerful magnates and visionaries. The series kicks off October 16 on the History Channel (9 PM). At the same time, Morton’s restaurants nationwide, including the Boston Seaport locale, is offering a special three-course meal, starting with the Rockefeller Martini ($14) - the namesake of one of the five American magnates. The series includes options inspired by Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan and Henry Ford.

The prix fixe menu, meant to elicit the heyday dining of these tycoons, starts with a choice of salad (Caesar, spinach or house salad); 6-ounce filet mignon and a choice of broiled sea scallops or jumbo shrimp Alexander, OR a lump crab cake; hot chocolate cake, key lime pie or crème brûlée for dessert ($59.99). The promotion also includes a chance for guests to win a trip for two to Las Vegas (617-526-0410).


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