Morty’s Wine & Beer Bar (at Morton Williams)

Morton Williams recently opened Morty’s Wine & Beer Bar at their new store, located at 15 West End Avenue at 60th Street. Morton Williams’ new bar features seasonal wines, several beers on tap and bar food.

The food menu includes a lobster roll, tuna tartare, several paninis and charcuterie boards.

The drink list includes 5 red wines, 5 whites, a handful of roses and champagnes, 8 beers on tap and a pretty long list of canned and bottled beers.

The beer selection inside of the Morton Williams at 15 West End Ave is pretty extensive as well.

Morty’s is also offering happy hours with $5 beers and $7 wines. Their happy hour schedule is:

  • Monday-Friday: 4:30-8pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 3-6pm


They obviously haven’t been open that long, but the reviews are positive so far.

The manager was quite pleasant. The bartenders were awesome and I got my food in a timely fashion. It was delicious. Will definitely come back again. Make sure to ask for Justin when you come.

Review from Google

Lively atmosphere, great hostess!! KC was terrific, knowledgeable and enthusiastic!!

Review from Facebook

The wine Bar is attached to the Morton Williams Market. They have a nice long bar area. Then there are tables and some little cocktail tables, with couches.  It is a very family friendly place. They have a really extensive wine and beer list. I was looking for a Sangria and they didn’t have it. But I had Rose instead. We ordered a bunch of small plates. It’s not a very extensive food menu, but just the right size of great Pickens! We had shrimp cocktail, Burratta, guacamole and nachos, Mediterranean platter, and a nice cheese and charcuterie platter! Service was very good.

Review from Yelp

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