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Morton's Steakhouse doesn't have a to-go menu. And it doesn't have Styrofoam containers or plastic knives.
But when movie star Sylvester Stallone isn't in the mood to go out for dinner, the eatery doesn't hesitate to put his medium rare porterhouse, baked potato and Caesar salad on Limoges china, wrap it with aluminum foil and send it off with his bodyguard.
In the last three years, South Florida has welcomed some of the biggest names in steak - names such as Smith & Wollensky, Morton's of Chicago and The Capital Grille.
And as this fast-growing segment of the restaurant industry initiates swift expansion, South Florida has been targeted as a prime choice for …