The Most Expensive Restaurant in Every State

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36. Oklahoma
> Restaurant: Red PrimeSteak
> Avg. entrée price: $46.60
> Most expensive entrée: 16-ounce dry aged all natural grass-fed rib-eye
> Price of 16-ounce dry aged all natural grass-fed rib-eye: $53.00

Vegetarians (and vegans) won’t have to worry about dropping the big bucks at the most expensive restaurant in Oklahoma. Red PrimeSteak serves a whole lot of rib-eye and sirloin, with the most pricey of the bunch being the 16-ounce dry-aged and grass-fed rib-eye at $53. Aside from steak, an almond crusted baked brie, french onion soup, and assortment of salads are also offered as appetizers.

37. Oregon
> Restaurant: Castanga
> Avg. entrée price: $165 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing
> Price of chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing: $250

Castanga in Southeast Portland offers an eclectic chef’s tasting menu with an eccentric combination of food like crab and grilled cucumber starting off the menu. Foie gras with strawberry and caramelized potato skins are just two other selections in this fixed menu. Tip: Don’t confuse Castanga with Café Castagna because you’ll be paying a lot more at the former!

38. Pennsylvania
> Restaurant: Vetri Cucina
> Avg. entrée price: $155 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Four-course tasting menu
> Price of four-course tasting menu: $155

At Vetri Cucina, patrons have a lot of options to pick and choose from. Each course — antipasti, pasta, secondi, and dolce — offers four to six different dishes. While the menu predominantly showcases classic Italian recipes, Chef Vetri and his staff have delved into extensive culinary research across the globe to construct this distinctive menu. For example, Vetri Cucina serves  Guinea hen with prosciutto and foie gras — this dish features foods from West Africa, Italy, and France.

Source: graciesprov.com

39. Rhode Island
> Restaurant: Gracie’s
> Avg. entrée price: $93.75
> Most expensive entrée: Nine-course chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing
> Price of nine-course chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing: $315.00

The most expensive restaurant in Rhode Island is in Providence. At Gracie’s, guests can choose between three, five, seven, and nine-course meals, all of which have the option of adding a wine pairing. The menu is chock-full of intriguing dishes, including Spanish charred octopus and roasted cod loin.

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40. South Carolina
> Restaurant: Hall’s Chophouse
> Avg. entrée price: $49.90
> Most expensive entrée: Tomahawk rib-eye, 34-ounce
> Price of tomahawk rib-eye, 34-ounce: $98.00

Hall’s Chophouse has two locations in South Carolina with one in Charleston and the other in Greenville. The most expensive item on the menu is the 34-ounce tomahawk rib-eye, at $98.00. In addition to beef, Hall’s Chophouse integrates seafood, pork, lamb, bison, chicken, and even duck into its dinner menu.