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Fine dining in fancy restaurants is something that most people enjoy doing, but for a lot of them, it’s a once or twice in a lifetime occurrence. For those of you who can afford to do it regularly, there are some specific restaurants you may want to put on your list.

Number Ten: The Kitchen in Sacramento, California

This restaurant serves something called “new cuisine” and is located on Howe Avenue in Sacramento. The price averages out to $163 per person.

Number Nine: Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, Nevada

New French is the cuisine that Guy Savoy, located in the Caesar’s Palace Hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard, is most famous for. The meals average out to $190 per customer.

Number Eight: Alinea in Chicago, Illinois

New American is the cuisine that is the specialty of Alinea. A meal here will cost you about $199 a head.

Number Seven: Herbfarm in Seattle, Washington

The name of this place sounds quite humble, but the prices are not. Specializing in something called Pacific Northwest cuisine, this quaint little cafe charges about $215 a person.

Number Six: Joël Robuchon in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas makes it onto our list again, unsurprisingly. If you want to visit this French-inspired restaurant, you best prepare your wallet. The meals are about $230 each!

Number Five: Brooklyn Fare Kitchen in Brooklyn, New York

This place looks modest on the outside, but don’t be fooled. Their French dishes come out to $241 each on average.

Number Four: French Laundry in Yountville, California

This may sound like a laundromat, but I assure you, it isn’t. This restaurant serves New American dishes and costs about $297 per person.

Number Three: Per Se in New York City, New York

Visit Time Warner center for the dining experience of a lifetime. I hope you saved your cash though, because you’ll be shelling out $325.

Number Two: Urasawa in Beverly Hills, California

This is a sushi place in one of California’s more ritzy areas. They serve sushi and ask for $488 each from their customers.

Number One: The Most Expensive on Our List of Restaurants, Masa in New York City, New York

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