Your most expensive restaurant bill?

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  1. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    HORNS Senior member

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    Perhaps this is an unorthodox question, but how much have you shelled out, personally, in one evening?

    Anyone top this?

    http://www.businessinsider.com/jay-z...dinner-2009-11


    Good thing they added 20% gratuity since he's Russian.
     


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    It's always the liquor tab that gets ya.

    Personally, a woman I was dating stuck me with a $900-something tab for her and two visiting friends at Nobu. I was young and very poor. Thank you for saving my dignity, Visa!
     


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    $350 for six of us, not too baller but it was hard signing[​IMG]
     


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    go B&S style and shoot the resto a lowball.
     


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    for that amount, the receipt should at least be embossed.
     


  7. Mark from Plano

    Mark from Plano Lifestyle change - no homo

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    It's always the liquor tab that gets ya.

    Personally, a woman I was dating stuck me with a $900-something tab for her and two visiting friends at Nobu. I was young and very poor. Thank you for saving my dignity, Visa!


    On the contrary, by charging that $900 I'd argue you lost your dignity.
     


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  10. Johdus Fanfoozal

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    $17,000 - my 125-person wedding at a midtown restaurant, which was a steal considering....
     


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    i didn't pay, but my most expensive small dinner was probably a $2k meal for four at AOC. it was worth every cent of my boss's money.
     


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    Most ever was Masa in NYC which was just under $1500 for two people all-in.
     


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    $500 at the, then open, Maestro at the Ritz Carlton in VA. Good meal.
     


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    Biggest check I ever picked up, was 1200 (mostly wine). It wasn't the most expensive per-head, but we were a table of six. The hardest part was the tip. I did the full 240, but it wasn't easy.
     


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    I once had a $200 bar tab in Mexico
     


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