Miami's Most Extravagant Dishes: $1,000 Surf & Turf and More
This opulent restaurant features rare caviars, A5 Kobe, Pata Negra jamon, and 100 year-old balsamic vinegar. We could have included any of these items, but for sheer grandeur, we love the fettucine with mascarpone, tossed tableside in a parmesan wheel and topped with fresh white alba truffles ($150). Not enough truffle for your taste? Add another three ounces or so for another $120. Go ahead, it's daddy's money, anyway.
Haven's Isaac Grillo is a master of the cocktail, turning premium spirits into works of art, but this is by far his most decadent. It's the Sistine Chapel of libations. Two ounces of Louis VIII is garnished with an edible 23k gold leaf date and dried apricot. In case you were wondering, a bottle of Louis VIII, aged 40-100 years and presented in a Baccarat crystal decanter, can go for as much as $8,000, making the $250 price tag on this cocktail seem very reasonable, indeed.
1102 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL