Special Report

The Most Expensive Restaurant in Every State

Source: edgerestaurantdenver.com

6. Colorado
> Restaurant: Edge Restaurant & Bar
> Avg. entrée price: $65.08
> Most expensive entrée: Wagyu tomahawk 30-ounce
> Price of Wagyu tomahawk 30-ounce: $130.00

Downtown Denver is home to a number of restaurants where a night out can cost over $100. Even though an eight-course meal at Palace Arms restaurant costs $125, diners are likely to spend even more at Edge Restaurant & Bar, where one steak can cost as much as $130… and that’s without an appetizer or dessert. Another pricey selection on this restaurant’s menu is the 32-ounce USDA prime porterhouse at $85.

Source: davidburkeprime.com

7. Connecticut
> Restaurant: David Burke Prime
> Avg. entrée price: $102.30
> Most expensive entrée: Tied — 40-ounce bone-in chateaubriand & 38- ounce 55 day dry-aged rib-eye
> Price of chateaubriand & rib-eye: $140.00

David Burke Prime offers a killer selection of plump seafood and tender fillets of beef. One of the most expensive selections on the menu is the 40-ounce bone-in chateaubriand, which, for those of us who aren’t familiar with specific cuts of meat, derives from the center of a cow’s tenderloin.

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8. Delaware
> Restaurant: The Green Room
> Avg. entrée price: $36.29
> Most expensive entrée: Grilled veal porterhouse
> Price of grilled veal porterhouse: $40.00

The Green Room beats out both Domaine Hudson and Henry’s Savoy Grill for the most expensive restaurant in Delaware. The most expensive entrée is the grilled veal porterhouse, relished with garlic demi sauce, creamed fingerling potatoes, and tri-colored baby carrots at $40. Despite being the most expensive restaurant in Delaware, with an average entrée priced at $36.29, the Green Room is less than half as expensive as the priciest restaurants in at least 25 states.

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9. Florida
> Restaurant: Naoe
> Avg. entrée price: $200 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Chef’s Choice menu
> Price of Chef’s Choice menu: $200

For $200, you can expect a plentiful meal at Miami-based Naoe. According to a Forbes Travel Guide Inspector, the meal begins with a four-item bento box, is followed by numerous courses of nigiri sushi and finishes with dessert. The whole meal is omakase, meaning that everything you eat is pre-planned by chef Kevin Cory. However, special requests can be made if you ask for them at least a week prior to your reservation.

Source: William Torrillo / Sea Island Resorts

10. Georgia
> Restaurant: The Georgian Room
> Avg. entrée price: $125 (fixed price)
> Most expensive entrée: Chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing
> Price of chef’s tasting menu w/ wine pairing $200

Tucked inside the The Cloister hotel off of Georgia’s coast is the most expensive restaurant in the state. The Georgian Room offers a six-course tasting menu with elegant dishes such as octopus and cuttlefish and raclette with black forest ham. A wine pairing will be hard to pass up at this place as a sommelier guides you through the various wine pairings available.

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