Originally Posted by dougdirt
If a burger cost that much, then other places wouldn't be able to sell them, with the same amount of actual meat, for 60-70% off of that price. You are paying more for the burger because of where the place is located, not because of what it cost.
Oh there's no doubt location is part of the equation but it also depends what grade meat they are using. Burgers aren't the best example hence why I brought up ribeye, not to mention prices of certain items have to reflect the rest of the menu. My point is that this might not just be some overpriced bar as some people are writing it off to be. No sense in passing judgement when no one has really tried it yet.