Big-ticket NYC restaurants: The most expensive restaurants for New York singles
Not too long ago, we took a look at the 25 most expensive restaurants in the U.S.
Thomas Keller ruled the top of the list with his Napa Valley-based French Laundry, while his New York City restaurant, Per Se, grabbed the number two spot.
This time around, we're turning our eye to New York City, long considered a foodie paradise and home to world renowned chefs like David Chang, Wylie Dufresne and Eric Ripert (familiar names if you watch Top Chef).
Bundle's real spending data allows us to see how much diners are actually spending at restaurants across the country — not only at a national level, but at a city level as well (we currently have data available for select cities, but are planning on launching more soon). Our data can also be broken down into different demographic segments.
Here's what our data says about what the most expensive restaurants are in New York for single locals.
Not surprisingly, according to our graph above, Per Se ranked at the top of the list with diners typically spending $746 per visit. Ranking second on our list is Daniel Boulud's three Michelin star restaurant Daniel, where diners typically spend around $414 per visit. Eric Ripert's Le Bernadin ranks fourth with diners spending about $394 per visit, and Wylie Dufresne's wd~50 also makes the list at number eight with diners typically spending $244 per visit.
There's plenty more to explore. Our data is updated on a weekly basis, so rankings can slightly shift. Take a closer look at the chart here, and play around with our data to see where people are going and how much they're spending.