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Miami's Ten Priciest New Year's Eve Dinners

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Dinner at these establishments will cost at least $500-plus for you and your loved one. With apologies to China Grill, Grass, and Naoe, all of which just missed the cut at $200 per person.

The Setai: Dom Perignon dinner, six course wine dinner, string quartet. Cash bar after 11! $450

Blue Door at Delano: Dom Perignon reception, four-course dinner paired with wines of Joseph Phelps and Far Niente. $425

Mr. Chow at W South Beach: Bottle of Cristal champagne, set menu, dancing until 2 a.m. $600 "per pair"

Azul at Mandarin Oriental: Reception, seven courses, champagne toast. $300

Asia de Cuba at Mondrian: Bottle of Pommery Apanage champagne, five courses, open bar. $295

Gotham Steak at Fontainebleau: Five courses, live entertainment, champagne toast. $275

Hakkasan at Fontainebleau: Family-style five course dinner and champagne toast. $275

Scarpetta at Fontainebleau: Five course dinner with champagne toast. $275

CC Ballroom at Biltmore Hotel: Five course dinner, open bar, live music, fireworks display, and champagne. $250

Bourbon Steak: Six courses with champagne toast and live music.  $245

Au Pied de Cochon: Seven course wine-paired dinner. $225

Tomorrow we'll have ten less extravagant New Year's Eve deals.

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