Arizona’s Most Expensive Meal?

How would you spend $35,000?  One Scottsdale steakhouse is hoping you visit them and take part in a one-of-a-kind dinner experience.


It’s called the “Epic Cristal Dinner” and features a six-course customized dinner for 12 people. It includes a dozen 36-ounce, dry-aged Wagyu (Japanese beef) Tomahawk Ribeye steaks and a bottle of the limited 2002 Vintage Cristal Jeroboam Champagne.

According to Bourbon and Bones Chophouse, 25 three-liter bottles were released in the United States in 2013 and the restaurant has two of them.

The bottle itself is reportedly worth $25,000 and is encased in seven meters of 24 karat gold. According to Louis-Roederer, the wine is described as “precise, silky and harmonious.”

The dinner will also feature limo service to and from the restaurant. A portion of the proceeds will go on to benefit UMOM.

Since the restaurant opened in September in Old Town Scottsdale, no one has bought the dinner experience. However, we’re told that a few people have expressed interest recently.

Even if the $35,000 price tag is out of your budget (a 20 percent tip is ~$7,000), Bourbon and Bones’ regular dinner menu features other meat cuts, seafood, salads and sandwiches that fall into a typical steakhouse price range.

Bourbon and Bones, 4200 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale AZ 85251

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