> Restaurant: TEN
> Avg. entrée price: $36.93
> Most expensive entrée: Tomahawk – 48-ounce Colorado rib-eye
> Price of tomahawk – 48-ounce Colorado rib-eye: $68.00
TEN has an impressive menu that includes dishes such as halibut, scallops, prawns, and trout. The good ole’ 48-ounce tomahawk Colorado rib-eye, at nearly $70, is one of the many dishes that make this restaurant the priciest in Montana. TEN is named after Thomas E. Nelson, the father of the owners of the Northern Hotel, where the restaurant resides.
> Restaurant: 801 Chophouse
> Avg. entrée price: $53.30
> Most expensive entrée: JPL shellfish platter (lobster, shrimp, crab, oysters)
> Price of JPL shellfish platter $165.00
The Omaha location of 801 Chophouse, a small chain of steakhouses with six locations throughout the Midwest, happens to be the most expensive restaurant in Nebraska. The dish that hikes up the menu’s overall value is the JPL shellfish platter, which includes a variety of fresh crustaceans — most notably 2 pounds of lobster and a pound of king crab — priced at $165.
> Restaurant: Joël Robuchon
> Avg. entrée price: $247.75
> Most expensive entrée: 18-course tasting menu
> Price of 18-course tasting menu: $445.00
This restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada will most likely satisfy any sophisticated palate. World renowned French chef Joël Robuchon charges a pretty penny for his lavish 18-course meal — specifically $445. It’s not just the food that’s extravagant. The three Michelin star-restaurant named after the chef himself also has a posh interior, designed to mirror a fancy Art Deco townhouse with floors made of marble and a lush garden terrace.
29. New Hampshire
> Restaurant: Hanover Street Chophouse
> Avg. entrée price: $42
> Most expensive entrée: Surf and turf
> Price of surf and turf: $59
The most expensive restaurant in New Hampshire is Hanover Street Chophouse, which serves anything from chicken parmesean to bacon-wrapped scallops. The entrée with the biggest price tag is the surf and turf, which includes poached lobster tail with butter, an 8-ounce filet mignon, mashed potatoes, and asparagus at nearly $60. This meal, however, isn’t the most expensive food item on the menu. The priciest is the largest seafood tower under the Raw Bar section of the menu at $84, which is meant to be shared among many at a table.
30. New Jersey
> Restaurant: Restaurant Latour
> Avg. entrée price: $115 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Dégusation w/ wine pairing
> Price of dégusation w/ wine pairing: $210
At Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County, a scrumptious five-course meal can be enjoyed at Restaurant Latour — the state’s priciest eatery — for $115. Of course, a wine pairing enhances the overall dining experience at an additional cost of $55. The menu is divided into five categories called harvest, aquatic, grazing, cheese, and dessert, each of which are chock-full of seasonal ingredients.