Would You Pay $200 for a Steak Dinner at This Illinois Restaurant?
Two Illinois restaurants just made the list of the most expensive steakhouses in the U.S. You better have room on your credit card If you want to try a steak at either one.
The Most Expensive Steakhouses in the U.S.
When a special occasion arrives, and going out to dinner is the plan, you probably have some places to go in mind. The more exceptional the occasion, the more expensive the restaurant, right? It has to be a night to remember.
This list from 247wallst.com is filled with the kind of restaurants you'd likely want to book for that occasion. I have absolutely no doubt your meal will be fabulous, At least it better be, for the money you'll spend on a 3-course meal.
The most expensive steak at RPM Steakhouse is the Hyōgo Prefecture Kobe wagyu strip loin
Hyōgo Prefecture is the home of Kobe beef, the culinary world’s most precious and luxurious gourmet food items, valued for its flavor, tenderness, and fatty, well-marbled texture. According to crowdcow.com,
Simply put, Kobe Beef is Japan’s most luxurious food.
And if there's one thing we know for certain, luxury cost money. And in the case of this steak, just 3 ounces of this steak at RPM Steakhouse will cost you $192. That's just for the strip loin.
The average cost of a 3-course steak dinner at RPM is around $160.
Take a long look at the 24-ounce bone-in ribeye aged for 28 days before being salted, peppered, and seared to perfection.
The cowboy steak at RPM Steakhouse in Chicago's River North neighborhood (66 W Kinzie St) was named,
I can taste every nuance of this steak in my mouth right now!
RPM was in the #2 position on the list of the 25 Most Expensive Steakhouses in America. They weren't the only Chicago steakhouse to make the list, so was Bazaar Meat by José Andrés. Bazaar's average cost for a 3-course steak dinner is $77. The most expensive steak is also Hyōgo Prefecture Kobe wagyu beef, their cut is the eye of the rib and it's $195 for 3 ounces.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is located at 120 N Upper Wacker Dr
If the occasion calls for a fancy night out, you just found two great spots for steaks.