NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Would you be willing to miss a mortgage payment in order to be fed by some of the finest chefs in the world? If that's the case than you're in luck: Exclusive, fancy restaurants are really expensive!
The good news is, no matter where you live, there's one worth visiting (if you can afford it) near you.
Restaurant and bar review experts Zagat share with TheStreet just how expensive it would be to dine at the most expensive restaurant in 14 of the largest U.S. cities. The prices include the cost of dinner, one drink and tip, a spokesperson said. This list does not factor in restaurants that may have opened recently or that haven't undergone the Google-owned (GOOG) service's survey process.
Click through to see which restaurant is the most expensive in each city and which city has the most expensive restaurant.
Cost per person: $76
Located in Hotel ZaZa near Houston's Museum District, Monarch is the place to "see-and-be-seen," Zagat says, while munching on Executive Sous Chef Jonathan Wicks' seasonal take on New American cuisine.