The most expensive restaurants in the Minneapolis / St. Paul metro1
What are the most expensive restaurants (entree prices) in the Twin Cities?
Glanced earlier. Manny's blows almost all others out of the water. $35 / lb lobster, $125 lobster tail.
Per ounce? Probably Piccolo from what I've read. La Belle Vie, Meritage, Heartland, WA Frost, etc., all get into the $30's for entrees. La Belle Vie might be able to shave some truffle on something to run up the price.
La Belle Vie
510 Groveland Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55405
410 Saint Peter St, Saint Paul, MN 55102
If you come from NY, Boston, Chicago, Honolulu, SF, Vegas, LA or Miami, the answer is "we don't have expensive restaurants here". If you don't, read on...
If you are planning on wine and dessert, Piccolo isn't quite as high up there, but it's not cheap (nor should it be).
Aside from the steakhouses, Cosmos, LBV, Heartland and Alma and St. Paul Grill are up there. So is, Chez Daniel, but coupons are quite available. Raku and that sushi place in Excelsior have to rate among the most expensive meals.
Lord Fletcher's is expensive, but you get to watch drunken trust fund babies stumble off of boats... I call that dinner and a show.
Out of curiosity, why do you ask?
3746 Sunset Dr, Spring Park, MN 55384
2800 American Blvd. West, Bloomington, MN 55431
I Nonni is way up there, too. Especially if you order from both the primi piatti and secondi piatti sections of the menu.
981 sibley memorial hwy, Lilydale, MN 55118