Restaurant analysts think the steakhouse segment is great place to invest, and investors followed this advice last year by snapping up shares of both the Ruth's Chris and Texas Roadhouse IPOs. It will be interesting to see if their enthusiasm carries over to the Morton's offering. The company finished in the red in 2004, and filings with the Security and Exchange Commission show that Morton's didn't quite break even over the first nine months of 2005, either. As for future growth, Morton's ...

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