Burger Bonanza — And More — For A Good Cause

The Make-A-Wish Burger. Photo courtesy of Morton's.

Sunday nights through the end of September, you can indulge your burger cravings and do good.

Morton’s the Steakhouse in downtown San Jose has an irresistible big, beefy offer: Enjoy the $19.78 prime sirloin burger with fries, and $5 from that tab will be donated to the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.

Chimay, a tradition of beer making since 1862. Photo courtesy of Chimay.It’s Morton’s way of sharing the wealth on its 30th anniversary. Yes, the first one opened in Chicago in 1978, hence the special price of the burger.

Additionally, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 21, Morton’s will host a Chimay beer tasting. Enjoy tastings of three of Belgium’s finest beers crafted by Trappist Monks, along with noshes such as petite filet mignon sandwiches, tuna tartare canapes, and mini hot chocolate cakes.

Price is $45. Five dollars from each admission ticket will be donated to the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation.

For bigger appetites, Morton’s is offering a four-course steak and seafood dinner for two for $99 through the end of September. It includes two filet mignons; a choice of seafood signature dish such as jumbo lump crab cake, broiled sea scallops or shrimp Alexander; choice of two salads; a potato or vegetable; and two desserts. 

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Date: Monday, 18. August 2008 5:44
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