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The Most Expensive Steakhouse in Every State

Source: Photo by Alex P. via Yelp

6. Colorado: Shanahan’s Steakhouse
> Avg. meal price: $129.44
> Most expensive steak: 36 oz. Wagyu ribeye tomahawk ($109.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Wagyu ribeye satay ($26.00)
> Location: Denver

Source: Photo by David Burke Prime via Yelp

7. Connecticut: David Burke Prime
> Avg. meal price: $91.56
> Most expensive steak: Grade A Japanese wagyu filet mignon ($135.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Surf & turf tartare ($30.00)
> Location: Mashantucket

Source: Photo by Joe C. via Yelp

8. Delaware: Sullivan’s Steakhouse
> Avg. meal price: $68.67
> Most expensive steak: Wagyu bone-in strip ($69.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Lump crab cake ($17.00)
> Location: Wilmington

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9. Florida: Nusr-Et Steakhouse Miami
> Avg. meal price: $125.34
> Most expensive steak: Saltbae Tomahawk ($275.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Market oysters (dozen) ($48.00)
> Location: Miami

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10. Georgia: American Cut Steakhouse
> Avg. meal price: $74.86
> Most expensive steak: Bone-in filet ($82.00)
> Most expensive appetizer: Maryland Crab Cake ($19.00)
> Location: Atlanta

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