The A5 Wagyu Katsu Sando dinner at B&B Butchers & Restaurant includes Japanese barbecue "Tonkatsu sauce" and zucchini fries. 

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Want to be a baller this Valentine’s Day? Break the bank in ridiculously glorious fashion with one of these three wild menu items.

The Post Oak Hotel's H Bar

Uptown 

  • The dish: The Black Gold 
  • The price: $1,600 
  • The ingredients: 16-oz. sliced Japanese A5 wagyu, seared foie gras, and shaved black truffles on a caviar-infused black and 24-karat gold brioche bun with hand-cut, 24-karat golden fries, truffle aioli, and a bottle of 2006 Dom Perignon.
  • Forfeit this to afford it: a Gucci bag, or one-month's rent 

B&B Butchers & Restaurant 

Washington Avenue

  • The dish: A5 Wagyu Katsu Sando 
  • The price: $120
  • The ingredients: Panko-crusted, deep-fried A5 Japanese wagyu ribeye on buttered and crustless Japanese white bread with house-made Japanese barbecue "Tonkatsu sauce" and zucchini fries.
  • Forfeit this to afford it: A deep-tissue massage, or a trip to Target (you know it's true) 

 Guard & Grace 

Downtown

  • The dish: Millionaire Fajitas 
  • The Price: $400
  • The Ingredients: 24-ounce black wagyu ruby, oak-charred peppers and onions, black garlic huitlacoche steak sauce, guacamole, green Chile enchiladas, refried beans, rice, and gold flake tortillas. 
  • Forfeit this to afford it: Apple Watch series 5, or balayage highlights