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bullshit. i doubt they even have the resources to produce $75 worth of menu items at a single taco bell.

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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2008...est_rev_g.html and... a year later: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2009...bar_fight.html
post #213 of 233
$63.91
post #214 of 233
1729.95 at Per Se for the 4 of us. Still have the receipt..
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Ah yes ... Disco Priest. His $10K tips top our most expensive dinners.

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I think you curmudgeons have turned this into the pissed off food threak.
Above is my attempt to return it to pop culture.
post #216 of 233
the most I've ever been a part of was ~$10,000. I obviously didn't pay hahaha. They did clean the bar out of Louis XIII.
post #217 of 233
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I'm interested in seeing how L2O does moving forward.
On one hand, they just got three Michelin stars, which is huge.

On the other hand, Laurent Gras is now gone, and there's no doubt in my mind that if he had left before the guidebooks were printed, L2O would have gotten less than three.

ya that will be interesting for sure. one of my good friends was an opening day employee for them. I'd always meant to check the place out, but never got around to it.


but as far as bills go, I think the most I've payed for for a dinner is around 300 a person not including booze/wine. The most I've spent for a dinner date was probably butting on 900.
post #218 of 233
This is the most love I've ever seen for Screaming Eagle.

I only know what it is because my uncle buys and sells wines and he has tons of it in his cellar. I'm happy knowing that my palette isn't sophisticated enough to "appreciate" ungodly expensive wines. A vice I'll never have to worry about!
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This is the most love I've ever seen for Screaming Eagle.

I only know what it is because my uncle buys and sells wines and he has tons of it in his cellar. I'm happy knowing that my palette isn't sophisticated enough to "appreciate" ungodly expensive wines. A vice I'll never have to worry about!

Well if you look at someone like Pio who is an oenophile, he isn't drinking the stuff every day. I think most of the wine he and most other wine lovers drink on a daily basis is far more affordable than Screaming Eagle.
post #220 of 233
$4,500 for 5 people at the Addison in Del Mar, California. Ate with some sommeliers so we had some supposedly extremely rare expensive wines with huge pours for each. After my third huge glass, I was drunk and couldn't taste the other 10 glasses. Food was meh.
post #221 of 233
My most expensive bill was at the Okura in Tokyo. Can't remember exactly how much it was, just that I was shocked.

The food was great, but not that great.
post #222 of 233
Something like $350 for 2 in Reyjavik.
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Something like $350 for 2 in Reyjavik.

Shark?
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Something like $350 for 2 in Reyjavik.

hahah what was it? 4 glasses of Johnny Walker Black?
post #225 of 233
Or maybe it was more like $500. I can't remember. Doesn't sound like much compared to some of the bills in this thread. It was reindeer medallions in puff pastry and rock ptarmigan with morels, along with 4 other courses, drinks, and a bottle of wine.
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