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Autumn Traditions


Autumn is traditionally a time of reflection, thanksgiving and celebration. Thus, for our friends who are observing Rosh Hashanah, it is our pleasure to offer a prix fixe, family-style dinner on Sunday, September 13 and Monday September 14, in addition to the regular restaurant menu. For those who prefer to celebrate the holiday at home, the fully prepared dinner can be delivered to you, ready to share with friends and family.

$70 per person – tax and gratuity not included.





While many see Labor Day as the unofficial end of Summer, at Morso, it simply signals the beginning of the late summer dining season. With three weeks of summer remaining, and then Indian Summer to look forward to, the Alfresco dining season is far from drawing to a close. Morso is celebrating the late summer season with music and special menu offerings. We invite you to take special notice of the following dates:

  •  August 31 – Music on the Terrace by the Debonaires
  • September 1 – Morso closed for Dinner for a private customer event
  • September 7 – Morso closed for the celebration of the Labor Day holiday
  • September 13, 14 – Rosh Hashanah  menu served at Morso
  • September 14, 21, 28  – Music on the Terrace by the Debonaires


To celebrate the beginning of the late summer dining season, we are bringing music back to Morso Mondays – and this time it is on the Terrace. Playing for our diners’ listening pleasure will be Matthew Piazzi and The Debonaires. Featuring Doo Wop and pop music from the 50’s and 60’s, the group will play from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on August 24, 31. Morso will be closed on September 7 for the  Labor Day holiday, but the music will resume on September 14, 21 and 28.  Come by and enjoy an evening of dining and music under the stars. Please note, Morso will also be closed for dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 1.