Get Your Wallet Ready For These 15 Super Expensive American Meals

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If you happen to win the massive 1.4 billion dollar Powerball jackpot this week, you may want to take a taste of some of these incredibly expensive foods that only the well-to-do can afford.

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The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata from Norma’s in New York City comes in two different versions. One frittata — made with a pound lobster — is topped with one ounce of caviar for $100, while the higher-rollers’ version, comes with a whopping 10 ounces for $1,000. Norma’s. via – USA Today

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Arnaud’s Restaurant in New Orleans’ French Quarter offers strawberries marinated in a port wine sauce atop French vanilla ice cream that comes with some lagniappe — or “a little something extra” as they say in New Orleans. In this case, the lagniappe is a 10.06 carat royal blue diamond ring from M.S. Rau Antiques that comes in at $9.85 million dollars. The celebratory dessert comes with an ultra-luxe version of Arnaud’s signature French 75 cocktail, made with Cristal Champagne and edible 42-karat gold leaf fakes. Arnaud’s Restaurant via – USA Today

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Barclay Prime in Philadelphia offers a high-end version of the city’s famous cheesesteak. Here, wagyu beef, foie gras and truffled cheese whiz is piled on a freshly baked sesame roll and served with a half-bottle of Perrier Jouet Grand Brut champagne for $120. Barclay Prime via – USA Today

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Victoria’s Sundae at Parlour at the Langham Chicago is compiled just like a standard sundae and then topped with all things indulgently edible: Hennessy VSOP, a 24-karat gold leaf and 24-karat gold dust. And with this $1,000 price tag, it’s served with Dom Perignon 2003 and a Wedgewood Crystal bowl that guests are welcome to take home. ANTHONY ZAMORA via – USA Today

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The Caviar Nachos, exclusive to the Brennan’s of Houston location, come in at $100. But these aren’t your average bar app. Chef Danny Trace puts his signature Texas Creole spin on the nachos that are made with fire-roasted corn, St. Andre queso, avocado, Mirliton pico de gallo and lime crema — all topped with an ounce of Petrossian caviar. Brennan’s of Houston via – USA Today

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Sushi Roku in Las Vegas has an off-the-menu item that sells for $250. The High Roller Roll is comprised of lobster tail, avocado, asparagus, tuna, Wagyu Kobe beef, Osetra golden caviar, truffle oil and gold sheets. Sushi Roku via – USA Today

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The Lobster Trap Truffle Mac N Cheese at Barton G. in Los Angeles is made with a five-pound Maine lobster and a decedent three-cheese lobster sauce. This $195 off-the-menu item must be ordered at least two days in advance. Barton G. via – USA Today

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Rick Bayless’ Red O Santa Monica has recently debuted the Surf ‘n’ Turf Tablita as a special menu item. This Mexican-inspired dish features a custom grill 32-ounce tomahawk rib-eye chop with a 1.5-pound Maine lobster, all served on a sizzle platter with accompaniments including corn, flour tortillas, pico de gallo, guacamole, vegetable escabeche, Mexican red rice and refried black beans. The dish is finished tableside with a chipotle crema for $125. Bob Hodson Photography via – USA Today

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The Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki Beach has created the Bali Seafood Platter at their Bali Steak & Seafood — a restaurant that offers fine dining though partnerships with local farmers and fisherman. This Hawaiian-style seafood platter includes a chilled Hawaiian lobster, ahi poke, king crab, jumbo shrimp, abalone sea asparagus salad and kona kampachi crudo with assorted sauces for $119. The stunning view of the ocean is just an added bonus. Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki Beach via – USA Today

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The Bull & Bear restaurant, located in the Waldorf Astoria Orlando, serves a tableside Côte De Boeuf for Two. This classic dish is made of 38-ounce natural certified Black Angus beef and served a’point with a potato au gratin for $115. Guests are welcome to tag on seared fois gras for $24. Waldorf Astoria Orlando via – USA Today

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The 777 Burger at Le Burger Brasserie in Las Vegas comes in at the namesake’s price tag of $777. This patty comes piled high with Kobe beef, pancetta, goat cheese, seared fois gras, arugula, Maine lobster and 100-year-aged balsamic, alongside a bottle of Dom Pérignon Rosé. Le Burger Brasserie via – USA Today

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The Guinness Book of World Records Most Expensive Ice Cream Sundae goes to the Golden Opulence Sundae from Serendipity 3 in New York City. This behemoth dessert boasts Tahitian vanilla ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla beans and drizzled with the world’s most expensive and rare chocolates and candied fruits, a 23-karat edible gold leaf and a side of caviar — served in a Baccarat Harcourt crystal goblet with a gold spoon — all for the $1,000 price tag. Serendipity 3 via – USA Today

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The swanky Baoli Miami boast a signature sushi platter with a price tag of $145. Expect 14 pieces of sashimi, eight pieces of nigiri and three maki rolls — all expertly chosen by the chef. Baoli Miami via – USA Today

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Another over-the-top burger comes from chef Hubert Keller of Fleur at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The FleurBurger 5000 is a black truffle and fois gras-topped Kobe burger that’s accompanied by a bottle of Chateau Petrus, served in Ichendorf Brunello stemware that’s been imported from Italy. After indulging in this $5,000 meal, Fleur will ship the glasses to your home, along with a personal note from chef Keller. Fleur by Hubert Keller via – USA Today

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Portofino at the Mirage Las Vegas serves a seasonal Diamond and Gold Lasagna for $100. Baked with Kobe beef, Iberico ham, prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano-Riggiano, buffalo mozzarella, porcini mushrooms and foie gras Alfredo sauce, the dish is crowned with white-diamond truffles and a 23-karat gold leaf. This luxe lasagna is available only in the month of December, when the finest white truffles are available. Portofino via – USA Today

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