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Landry's cooks up a Signature Chef Series for spring, starting with Morton's

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With its purchase of Morton's and McCormick's & Schmick, Landry's became one of the biggest restaurateurs in the metro area. And for the next several weeks, Landry's Signature Chef Series will be put a different chef in the spotlight each week, with a multi-course meal at 7 p.m. every Tuesday. First up? Robert Wiltshire at Morton's in LoDo. See also: Landry's gets in the swim with steak, cake, mermaids and a giant shrimp

The series culminates in a dinner with all the local Landry's chefs in attendance at Simms Steakhouse on Tuesday, May 13. But before that, there will be special dinners every Tuesday at locations ranging from Chart House to Morton's, Willie G's, McCormick's, Simms and The Oceanaire. Here's the Morton's lineup for Tuesday, April 8:

First Course Stuffed Oyster Tomato Coulis Umberto Fiore Moscato d'Asti "Frizzante" Second Course Watermelon Heirloom Tomato Salad Mint and Basil Vinaigrette Jean-Luc Colombo "Cape Bleue" Rosé Third Course French Onion Filet Mignon Goat Cheese Crouton and Herbed Risotto Raymond Primal Cut Cabernet Fourth Course Classic European Cheeses Prosciutto-Wrapped Bread Sticks Shatter Grenache Fifth Course Cherries Jubilee Royal Tokaji DW, Late Harvest

Tickets are $95 per person, or $75 for Landry's Select Club Member (tax and gratuity not included). For more information, call 303-825-3353. For menus and prices of the rest of the chef series, click here.


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