Morton's says it has been swamped with fake reservations after it defended Brett Kavanaugh's "right" to "eat dinner.".
Kavanaugh was dining at a DC location when demonstrators gathered outside to protest the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
The justice left out a back door, with Morton's later saying the demonstration was "void of decency.".
Morton's this week sent a memo to its restaurant managers telling them to brace for more backlash to its remarks defending the jurist, Politico reported Saturday.
On Wednesday night, Kavanaugh was dining at a Morton's restaurant in Washington, D.C., when protestors learned he was at the establishment.
In addition to the phone calls and phony reservations, the Morton's restaurant where Kavanaugh dined has seen a handful of 1-star Google reviews opposing its initial statement.
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