Dining out in Las Vegas can get pricey — an appetizer here, a bottle or two of wine there and it all adds up. At these Sin City spots, you'll need a credit card with a huge limit just to order these sky-high priced dishes. Here's a look at a baker's dozen of high-priced dishes from $95 to $10,000.Read More
Where to Find the Most-Expensive Dishes in Las Vegas
Envy The Steakhouse
Envy Steakhouse features a 40-ounce Tomahawk Bone In Ribeye that runs $95 a la carte.
The watchful eyes of a 28-foot dragon bedecked in 90,000 Swarovski crystals overlook the dining room. If you can take your eyes off the 2,400 lights on the accent wall, order the High “Roll”er sushi roll that combines toro, Maine lobster, caviar and crème fraiche with 23-karat edible gold flakes and a side of lobster miso soup for $100.
Mizumi serves up some decadent dishes, including a 2.5-pound Maine Lobster for $165 and Australian Wagyu Strip loin for $175.
Chef Masa Takayama turned his culinary talents to Las Vegas when he opened Bar Masa at Aria in 2009. The stark and airy restaurant features Japanese cuisine served from an à la carte menu. Try the Wagyu beef sotomaki with seared Maitake mushroom inside and topped with Australian Grade 10 Wagyu-style beef. Nosh on this roll for $34, or add truffles to bring the price up to $58. But don’t stop there if you already plan to max out your credit card. The Masa toro with caviar features rice wrapped with avocado with toro inside. This eight-piece roll is topped with California Petrossian Transmontanous Osetra Caviar for $240.
You have to be in the know to order this sushi roll since it’s not on the menu. Sushi Roku offers the High Roller Roll made with lobster tail, avocado, asparagus, Wagyu Kobe beef, tuna, Osetra golden caviar, truffle oil and gold sheets for $250. Even if you can’t afford it, you can still feel like an insider.
Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak
Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak at the MGM Grand has some of the most decadent beef in Vegas. Each item on the beef menu is designed for parties of two or more. Look for Angus beef at $119 per person, domestic Wagyu at $140 per person, a domestic Wagyu and lobster pairing for $160 per person, a Japan and Australia A5 Wagyu for $275 per person and a Japan and Australia A5 Wagyu and lobster pairing for $295 per person. Each can come with a customer sommelier pairing that escalates to $150.
Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand offers La Pintade Fermière for $325. The dish, meant for two, features a French hen with roasted foie gras and confit potatoes au jus.
The most decadent caviar in Vegas comes from Michael Mina’s eponymous restaurant at the Bellagio. Rolled out on the extravagant caviar cart for $155 to $455, the service comes with ramekins filled with minced red onion, egg yolks, egg whites, chopped chives and whipped creme fraiche along with blinis, mini potato cakes and cut toast.
Le Burger Brasserie
The $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger at the Le Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas is a collection of ingredients the establishment's most valued guest appreciate. The burger is comprised of hand patted American Wagyu Kobe beef and steamed Maine lobster, topped with caramelized onions, imported Brie, crispy prosciutto and 100-year aged balsamic vinegar and is served with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne.
The Golden Opulence Sundae is served at Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace and is an unforgettable treat. It was listed in Guinness World Records as the most expensive sundae in the world, priced at $1,000. Made with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, the world's most expensive chocolates and adorned in candied fruits, gold covered almonds and chocolate truffles, the sundae is topped with a 24-caret gold leaf, sprinkled with tiny flakes of gold and is served with caviar.
Fleur by Hubert Keller
The FleurBurger 5000 at Fleur by Hubert Keller at Mandalay Bay rings in at a hefty $5,000. The Kobe burger is topped with foie gras and black truffle and accompanied by a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1995 poured in Ichendorf Brunello stemware, imported from Italy.
Dropping $10,000 on a cocktail seems like one of those everyday things at XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas. But the Ono comes with a few extras, if you will. The cocktail itself features Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl cognac. It’s the accoutrements that jack up the price. Drop the 10 grand and get a pair of men’s sterling silver cufflinks and a woman’s 18-karat white-gold chain with a black pearl pendant.