Special Report

The Most Expensive Steakhouse in Every State

Source: Photo by Shula's Steak House via Yelp

46. Virginia: Shula’s Steak House
> Avg. meal price: $60.31
> Most expensive steak: Cowboy ribeye ($50.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Shellfish trio ($29.00)
> Location: Richmond

Source: Photo by Lori R. via Yelp

47. Washington: El Gaucho Bellevue
> Avg. meal price: $91.37
> Most expensive steak: Filet medallions oscar ($77.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Steak tartare ($23.00)
> Location: Seattle

Source: Photo by Sadegh M. via Yelp

48. West Virginia: Laury’s Restaurant
> Avg. meal price: $54.23
> Most expensive steak: Bone-in ribeye ($43.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Soft shell crab ($17.00)
> Location: Charlestown

Source: Photo by Carnevor Steakhouse Moderne via Yelp

49. Wisconsin: Carnevor
> Avg. meal price: $89.35
> Most expensive steak: Japanese wagyu “A-5” filet mignon ($161.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Tuna tartare ($19.00)
> Location: Milwaukee

Source: Photo by Gonzalo B. via Yelp

50. Wyoming: Cavalryman Steakhouse
> Avg. meal price: $35.67
> Most expensive steak: Filet mignon (11 oz.) ($38.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Jumbo shrimp cocktail ($12.00)
> Location: Laramie

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