With flashy places like Atlantic City in our state, it’s no surprise there are a number of flashy restaurants as well. NJ.com rounded up the 33 most expensive spots in the state based on the estimated dinner cost of a dinner for two including two appetizers, entrees, drinks and a shared dessert. This is before tax and tip.
While many reside in the gambling mecca and Bergen County, one Hudson County joint made the list and for a good reason.
Dino & Harry’s Steakhouse in Hoboken oozes classic chophouse charm. It’s situated in a 19th-century saloon with stained glass, a tin ceiling and even features a 150-year-old clock. And if that’s not enough, it is also perched right along the waterfront and hosts regular live music. Not surprisingly, the restaurant has been featured in two movies and several commercials.
Though it’s a historic saloon, the steakhouse is one of the finest dining establishments in the state. Just how much will it cost you? Get ready to shell out $108 for a 48-ounce porterhouse for two. Top that off with a bottle of the U.S. Cabernet Sauvignon Blend Screaming Eagle, Napa, 2011 for another $1,800. But, in general you won’t be walking out of there spending any less than $140.