Indulgence at Its Priciest: Ohio’s Most Expensive Restaurant Unveiled


People who think “you get what you pay for” might want to plan their next event at Ohio’s most expensive restaurant.

They made a list of the most expensive places in each state, and the Marble Room in Cleveland, Ohio, is at the top of the list.

The Marble Room is an upscale chophouse that serves steaks, seafood, and cocktails in a luxurious old bank building. The menu has slight variations on classics with a focus on luxury.

To start, there are kettle chips and dip for $14, and then there is chilled blue crab served with preserved citrus vinegarette, micro cilantro, cocktail, and creole mustard sauces for $31.

There is a lot of seafood and steak for the main courses. The Tuscan-style chicken for $35 is the least expensive item. The 40-ounce porterhouse for $125 and the 42-ounce long-bone tomahawk for $135 are the two most expensive items.

The restaurant has over 1,000 positive reviews on Google, giving it a grade of 4.7 stars. People seem to love the unique eating experience that includes a saxophonist and a violinist, as well as the great service, fun atmosphere, and beautifully presented desserts.

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