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Beef Bits

Jun 6, 2005
Morton’s founder dies at 83 Restaurateur Arnie Morton, founder of the Morton’s of Chicago steakhouse chain, died May 28 at the age of 83. Morton had suffered from Alzheimer's disease and cancer and had been living at a nursing home in Deerfield, IL. A native of Chicago, Morton opened his first restaurant, the Walton Walk, in the 1950s. In 1960, he joined Hugh Hefner and Victor Lownes to found the first Play...

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