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    I'm guessing, because it is so very dependent upon what you chose, but for three of us it was a bit over $150. So, $50 per person, but I do think that's a bit low.

    We didn't have dessert, and I can't remember about wine. I know a glass for certain, but I don't think a bottle... also the a la carte sides are quite large enough to share, so we did.

    If it were just the two of us, we'd spend more. I know that sounds weird, but we would.






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    Jon and I went on one of our very first dates...I think our bill was close to $150 for the two of us...but we did have drinks.




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    Yeah, that's what I mean. When you go by yourselves you tend to take longer over dinner and spend more... you get wine, etc. The person we had with us the time I am citing in the above post wasn't a wine drinker (or any drinker) didn't want dessert. Really, the person really only wanted a massive piece of beef. :)

    So, if it's just a couple (or two couples perhaps who are close) you could easily spend $100 per person.






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    True... we had drinks, but no sides...and we were so full at the end, we split dessert...

    It was funny though...I was buying (as a result of losing a bet on a football game )...and I swear I nearly died in a fit of giggles over how hard it was for him to NOT reach for the check at the end of the night...he was practically sitting on his hands! The look on his face was actually *pained* :D




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    awww how sweet, i do like to be a modern woman most of the time, but chivalrous acts are nice and make you feel special.














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    It was very sweet...though I don't think I've paid for another meal since then!




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    Ruth's Chris is considerably cheaper than Morton's, I can tell you that. I'm thinking that with tax and tip at RC, we spent about $200. At Morton's we skidded in just under $400. And both of those are for two people.





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 81774
    Ruth's Chris is considerably cheaper than Morton's, I can tell you that. I'm thinking that with tax and tip at RC, we spent about $200. At Morton's we skidded in just under $400. And both of those are for two people.
    yep, just over $200 for us at Ruth's Chris although we had no starters but did have champagne

    Totally worth it though and if Morton's is better again, well, I can only try to imagine
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    I could not imagine ever paying $400 for a meal....holy smokes.












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