, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye

A Las Vegas restaurant is boasting that they’ve served the ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ — to the tune of $20,000. 

Last weekend, Wally’s at Resorts World Las Vegas served up the pricey meal, a 195-day dry aged bone-in porterhouse ribeye from the Brooklyn butcher Fleishers Craft Butchery.

Weighing 60 oz., the massive meat dish was big enough to serve several ‘A-list VIP guests’ — but individuals can order their own version for $1,000 a pop.

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Wowza! A Las Vegas restaurant is boasting that they’ve served the ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ — to the tune of $20,000

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Splurge alert! Wally’s at Resorts World Las Vegas served up the pricey meal, a 195-day dry aged bone-in porterhouse ribeye from the Brooklyn butcher Fleishers Craft Butchery

The $20,000 steak was prepared by Executive Chef Ryan Kluver, who cooked it over almond wood and Bichotan Japanese charcoal and seasoned it with truffle salt and black pepper. 

It was served with a black truffle bordelaise sauce.

With enough meat to feed a very wealthy army, the steak was also accompanied by potato pomme anne, grilled broccolini, and fresh shaved black truffles.

A single serving of steak is 3 oz., meaning this cut contained 20 individual servings — though a typical ribeye cut at a restaurant usually weighs between 16 and 20 oz.

This particular pricey steak was shared by guests of Wally’s President & Principal Christian Navarro, who dined with close friends including Shark Tank’s Daymond John, real-estate investor Rob Rosania, real estate agents Tal and Oren Alexander, and real estate developer Michael Stern.

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Weighing 60 oz., the massive meat dish was big enough to serve several ‘A-list VIP guests’ s including Shark Tank’s Daymond John

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Want some? The restaurant is offering a ‘very limited supply’ of similar ‘super-exclusive cuts.’ The 200-day dry-aged Fleishers ribeye, weighing 50 to 60 oz., costs $1,000 each

While the debut of the high-priced steak was reserved for VIPs, the restaurant is offering a ‘very limited supply’ of similar ‘super-exclusive cuts.’

The 200-day dry-aged Fleishers ribeye, weighing 50 to 60 oz., costs $1,000 each.

The dinner menu also includes a $100 chicken dish, $95 wagyu NY steak frites, a $35 truffle bolognese, and a $30 burger.

Wally’s just opened its Las Vegas location earlier this year, with other locations in Santa Monica and Beverly Hills. 

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Meat gets glam! 212 Steakhouse in New York City is selling a steak covered in edible 14K gold

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

Luxe meal: Called The Gold Experience, it uses 6oz. of Kobe beef, which is already pretty pricey — but with the gold, is costs $400

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

, Las Vegas restaurant boasts ‘most expensive steak ever sold’ with $20,000 195-day dry aged ribeye, Nzuchi Times

The restaurant is actually the only one in New York City that’s certified to sell authentic Kobe beef from Japan

While it might be the most expensive steak ever sold, it’s certainly not the only over-the-top version of the dish. 

In New York City, 212 Steakhouse went viral in 2018 for a 6oz. Kobe beef steak called ‘The Gold Experience’ — because it’s covered in edible 24k gold flakes.

The restaurant is actually the only one in New York City that’s certified to sell authentic Kobe beef from Japan, and for that honor it charges $25 an ounce, with a 3 oz. minimum.

At 6 oz., the Gold Experience would cost $150 even without the edible flakes of the precious metal on the outside, but the special menu item, which is still available to order, clocks in at a whopping $400 per serving.  

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