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post #106 of 233
per se. 1500 bucks for 3 people
post #107 of 233
feel like a cheepskate compared to everone else, 110 on myself no wine
post #108 of 233
300ish at le bernardin. no alcohol, only food.

great meal though, worth every cent.
post #109 of 233
post #110 of 233
well if this includes banquets and such, I paid around $18,000 for my wedding reception 10 years ago.
post #111 of 233
Some of the tabs in this thread are simply I honestly can't fathom spending $500 on dinner for myself. Hell, at this point I can't fathom having enough money to be able to spend $500 on dinner for myself.
post #112 of 233
Well my 4 figure one was because it was my grandfather's 90th birthday.

The $600 one was before the recession in 2007 when I had zero percent interest, unjustified bonuses, leveraging property on subprime mortgages and all sorts of wonders.
post #113 of 233
Kobe Japan-dinner for two-around $800 as I remember. Ah-kobe beef. I had to try it at least once in my lifetime.
post #114 of 233
Most recently $400 for two at Moto in Chicago.
post #115 of 233
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Most recently $400 for two at Moto in Chicago.

That's money poorly spent, in my opinion. Did you like it, though?
post #116 of 233
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That's money poorly spent, in my opinion. Did you like it, though?
I think it is as well. That said, a lot of people eat there and absolutely love it. Seems weird to me. It just strikes me as gimmicky, especially compared to Alinea.
post #117 of 233
$1350 for 2 people at Joel Robuchon in Vegas
post #118 of 233
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I think it is as well. That said, a lot of people eat there and absolutely love it. Seems weird to me. It just strikes me as gimmicky, especially compared to Alinea.

I had good food at Otom.
post #119 of 233
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I had good food at Otom.
That's where my "interest" works. They had a staff tasting and she said the food was pretty good, as well. I have reservations in a couple of weeks. They got a Bib Gourmand, though, so the odds of dropping half a bill are pretty small.
post #120 of 233
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spent like $75 once at a Taco Bell. The people behind the counter were like astounded.

clearly small timers
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