The Most Expensive Restaurant in Every State
> Restaurant: Scotch & Sirloin
> Avg. entrée price: $36.60
> Most expensive entrée: S&S chateaubriand
> Price of S&S chateaubriand: $76.00
Located in Wichita, Scotch & Sirloin offers a strong selection of seafood, despite being located smack dab in the middle of the United States with absolutely no ocean nearby. Aside from the fish (and escargot), the most expensive item this menu has to offer is Scotch & Sirloin’s own chateaubriand, which is actually recommended for two to devour.
> Restaurant: Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse
> Avg. entrée price: $50.35
> Most expensive entrée: 12-ounce herb roasted lobster tail & 8-ounce filet mignon
> Price of steak & lobster $92.00
Lobster and filet mignon anyone? Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse offers these and more for a fancy night out in Louisville, Kentucky. The most expensive meal on this restaurant’s menu is the 12-ounce herb-roasted lobster tail paired with the 8-ounce filet mignon. Talk about a delicious heart stopper.
> Restaurant: Square Root
> Avg. entrée price: $106.67
> Most expensive entrée: 15-course meal w/ wine pairing
> Price of 15-course meal w/ wine pairing: $300.00
Square Root restaurant offers a 15-course meal with wine pairing. For this kind of experience, it’s often best to come with an empty stomach. Among the many courses are savory cauliflower and okra and sweet peaches and cream.
> Restaurant: White Barn Inn
> Avg. entrée price: $125 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Four-course prix fixe meal
> Price of Four-course prix fixe meal: $125
The White Barn Inn offers a four-course meal that has a fixed price of $125 a head. Curious as to what’s on the menu? Well, the menu at White Barn Inn changes every single week. The changing menu, according to the restaurant, allows it to incorporate seasonal ingredients produced by local farmers in dishes on a weekly basis.
> Restaurant: Charleston
> Avg. entrée price: 101.50
> Most expensive entrée: Six-course meal w/ wine pairing
> Price of six-course meal w/ wine pairing: $222.00
At Charleston, you can choose from three courses at $79, or, for a little more, you can splurge on a six-course meal for $124. A range of dishes appear on the menu that you can pick and choose from, including rich lobster soup with curry, fresh artichoke risotto, and grilled French quail just to name a few.