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White Hot Miami Heat Power Hour at Morton's, the Steakhouse

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Watch the Miami Heat and indulge in great deals at Morton's, the Steakhouse's "White Hot Heat Power Hours."

During each NBA finals game, Morton's is offering its "Power Hour" menu at the restaurant's Bar 1221 lounge. Fans can watch the game on several plasma televisions, including a nine-foot screen in the Boardroom (based on availability).

"Power Hour" deals include bar bites like sliders, smoked salmon pizza, and crab cakes for $5 and $6; select wines by the glass; and beers and cocktails ranging from $4 to $7.

The offer is good at both Palm Beach Morton's locations, in Boca and West Palm Beach.

777 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach

5050 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton

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