Have you ever eaten at the most expensive restaurant in your state?

Alabama: Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Birmingham

Birmingham boasts a few high-end restaurants (with exorbitant costs), but Perry's tops the list with their $115 Wagyu Beef Rib-eye or New York Strip.

Alaska: Crow’s Nest, Anchorage

Crow's Nest in Anchorage serves an espresso-rubbed Angus rib-eye with fingerling potatoes and bordelaise sauce. It's $58, but king crab legs may be more.

Arizona: Bourbon Steak, Scottsdale

 Bourbon Steak offers a $43 8oz hangar steak and a $185 Hay-Smoked Tomahawk. It's 32oz (907g), so you may have leftovers for the finest steak sandwich ever.

Arkansas: Arthur’s Prime Steakhouse, Little Rock

Arthur's Top Steakhouse serves prime meats and seafood for $160 a pound. This is a special occasion restaurant with a nice environment. 

California: Capo, Santa Monica

Saison, French Laundry, and Atelier Crenn are among California's most costly restaurants. Capo's Prime Rib Chop is the priciest main dish, at $88.

Colorado: EDGE, Denver

The Four Seasons' EDGE restaurant is Denver's most costly. The cuisine includes comfort food, fish, and beef. A 6oz (170g) Wagyu New York Strip Steak costs $252.

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