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If you want to dine at these temples to dry-aged steaks, you’re going to have to shell out some big bucks

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It should come as no surprise that steakhouses are among the most expensive a la carte restaurants in America. These are the 15 most expensive steakhouses in America.

America’s 15 Most Expensive Steakhouses (Slideshow)

There’s a good reason why steakhouses are so expensive: High-quality beef is one of the priciest foods a restaurant can buy, even at wholesale, and it becomes even more expensive once it’s been dry-aged, which most top-notch steakhouses do. Luxury cuts like wagyu and Kobe beef, which many of the finest steakhouses now offer, is also insanely expensive. Add on pricey appetizers like oysters, shrimp cocktail, and crab cakes, as well as dessert and wine, and you’ve got a recipe for a very, very expensive night out.

In order to assemble our ranking, we started by combing through Zagat’s average meal prices for steakhouses in major metropolitan areas (their number includes the price of dinner per person with one drink and tip), but took it one step further by also including steakhouses that offer insanely expensive entrée options, like real Kobe beef from Japan. Perhaps not coincidentally, many of these steakhouses can also be found in our ranking of America’s Best Steakhouses; in most of these cases, you get what you pay for, and you’re paying for a meal you’re not likely to forget for a long time.

If you’re in the market for an expense-account-only once in a lifetime steakhouse experience, read on to learn which restaurants should be on your list. Or if you’re like most of us and these restaurants are well outside of any conceivable price range, read on for a glimpse into the kind of restaurant that only the most fortunate can afford to dine at. If you’re given the opportunity to have a steak at any of these lavish restaurants, don’t let the opportunity pass you by.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.


The United States of Giant Steaks

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

We found the 14 biggest steaks (28 oz. or more!) on menus around the country. Now THIS you have to see.

Size: 28 oz.

Steakhouse meets comfort food in this saloon-style eatery.

Size: 30 oz.

This South Dakota steakhouse has a mouth-watering selection of potato sides, including tater tots and Lyonnaise with cheese.

Size: 32 oz.

Dig in to J&R's juicy and hefty 32-ounce porterhouse.

Size: 32 oz.

Though this steak is already a hefty two pounds, with a few days notice, the restaurant will custom-cut three or four-pounders.

Size: 38 oz.

This neighborhood favorite has been open since 1887.

Size: 48 oz.

The rich steaks come with an equally decadent dessert menu.

Size: 48 oz.

This New Jersey steakhouse serves up giant steaks in an old-fashioned, neighborhood tavern.

Size: 49 oz.

If you eat an entire 49-ounce steak, your name will be placed on the restaurants "49er club" hall of fame.

Size: 50 oz.

These steaks (seasoned for 30 hours!) are flame grilled over a pit fueled by Florida citrus and oak wood.

Size: 72 oz.

This Texas steakhouse is not for the beef faint of heart. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak in one hour, it's free.

Size: 72 oz.

Take the 72-ounce challenge. If you can finish a 72-ounce steak (with all the trimmings), it's free.



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