Special Report

The Most Expensive Restaurant in Every State

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1. Alabama
> Restaurant: Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
> Avg. entrée price: $46.63
> Most expensive entrée: Tomahawk rib-eye
> Price of tomahawk rib-eye $89.95

Steak aficionados in Birmingham more than likely enjoy dining at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille. The restaurant offers an extensive list of steaks and chops, including a succulent filet mignon and tender double-cut lamb chops.

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2. Alaska
> Restaurant: Crow’s Nest
> Avg. entrée price: $45.60
> Most expensive entrée: Bone-in bison rib-eye
> Price of bone-in bison rib-eye $68.00

Located in the Hotel Captain Cook, Crow’s Nest offers entrées that may appeal to several palates, serving anything from salmon and scallops to prime rib and bison and even a vegetarian dish. The restaurant’s sweet side of the menu is stacked with elegant treats, most notably foie gras semifreddo.

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3. Arizona
> Restaurant: Bourbon Steak
> Avg. entrée price: $78.07
> Most expensive entrée: 32-ounce prime dry aged porterhouse
> Price of 32-ounce prime dry aged porterhouse: $175.00

Of the five restaurants in the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess hotel, Bourbon Steak is the eatery of choice if you’re looking to spend a pretty penny. This isn’t terribly surprising seeing as steak and seafood options comprise nearly all the menu — a meat lover’s dream!

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4. Arkansas
> Restaurant: So Restaurant-Bar
> Avg. entrée price: $39.63
> Most expensive entrée: 18-ounce poached lobster tail
> Price of 18-ounce poached lobster tail: $85.00

Little Rock’s So Restaurant-Bar has an exquisite selection of appetizers, such as seafood fondue and roasted root vegetables as well as entrees such as cast iron seared salmon and vegetable fried rice. Perhaps the most glorious dish on the menu is the one with the largest price tag — the 18-ounce poached lobster tail, served with herb risotto, sautéed asparagus, and slathered with garlic butter.

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5. California
> Restaurant: Saison
> Avg. entrée price: $398 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: 22-course tasting menu w/ wine pairing
> Price of tasting menu w/ wine pairing: $696

Saison — which has three Michelin stars — is the most expensive restaurant in California, with a 22-course dinner experience for one costing a whopping $398 on a weekend night. Add a wine pairing and the bill spikes to nearly $700. There is, however, a restaurant that follows incredibly close behind. Urasawa in Beverly Hills charges customers $395 for one meal that is nearly as expensive as Saison’s.

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