There was a reason people follow celebrity gossip or are infatuated with shows like the old 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'. One can live vicariously through them to see the big house they have with the huge yard and a collection of nice cars. It was interesting to see how one could live while showing the wealth they have to the public.

Fine dining was always a topic of interest in that as well. Do you do that, too? Every restaurant I visit, even today, I find the most expensive item just out of pure curiosity.

If someone took you on a date? Ladies, have you ever intentionally ordered the most expensive item just because you could? You don't have to answer as I already know your answer.

Slingo released some insight for top celebrities based on wealth and more but I was more interested in the most expensive restaurants in the United States. As it turns out, 7 of the top 10 are all in Los Angeles, California.

Melisse - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $295

Hayato - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $295

Q Sushi - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $300

Sushi Kaneyoshi - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $300

n/naka - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $310

Morihiro - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $400

Sushi Ginza Onodera - Los Angeles, CA, US
Average price of a dish - $400

The other three, two of them are in London and one is in New York.

See more on Slingo.

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