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We may find luxury in having really great meals in some of New York’s best restaurants. But when it comes to the restaurant bill, how keen are we in paying all out for a night of some worthy bite?

New York’s fast-paced business center may be a dream place for many aspiring businessmen and employees. Dining out in restaurants can be a pretty relaxing treat for yourself, but it does not always mean the same thing for your budget. This city is full of surprises when it comes to dining establishments which have great offerings. There are much affordable treats on the streets, but there are those special places which only a few people have been to or can afford to be at. Restaurants in New York can offer some of the best, yet most expensive meals that you can ever imagine. If you’re not hesitant in splurging when it comes to dining in New York City, this list can be your best bet. We are featuring the top 10 most expensive restaurants in all of New York.


Executive Chef: Masayoshi Takayama

Average Check Price: $1142

Omekase style menu for $450/person

Per Se

Executive Chef: Thomas Keller

Average Check Price: $883 (for three persons)

9-course tasting menu for $275


Executive Chefs: Jean François Bruel and Daniel Boulud

Average Check Price: $547

Prix-fixe menu for $108

Robert’s Steakhouse (Penthouse Executive Club restaurant)

Executive Chef: Adam Perry Lang

Average Check Price: $516

Strip Steak and Champagne bottle for $50 and $750 respectively

Le Bernardin

Executive Chef: Chris Muller

Average Check Price: $506

Tasting menu with wine pairings for $227

Del Posto, New York

Executive Chef: Mark Ladner

Average Check Price: $441

12-course meal for two with wine pairings for $1269


Executive Chef: Paul Liebrandt

Average Check Price: $449

Tasting Menu for $155


Executive Chef: Tien Ho

Average Check Price: $445

Prix-fixe lunch for $175 (exclusive of tax and drinks)

La Grenouille, New York.

Executive Chef: Matthew Tropeano

Average Check Price: $442

Three-course meal for $100

Eleven Madison Park

Executive Chef: Daniel Humm

Average Check Price: $409

8-course tasting menu for $195/person

If you are in New York and are in for some expensive dining, check out  the best restaurants that you can find at a hefty price. After all, what’s important is every dining experience is worth the bill

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