New York City
Restaurant: Uncle Paul's Pizza
Item: Tasmanian Osetra Caviar Pizza
Continuing the seafood trend, this caviar pizza ranks as the most expensive dish at this restaurant near the Grand Central train station.
For those looking for a smaller splurge, Uncle Paul's sells a regular caviar pizza—a mere bargain at $60.
Restaurant: New Jumbo Seafood
Item: Stewed Abalone with Oyster Sauce
Diners won't have any trouble meeting the $15 minimum at New Jumbo Seafood with this delicacy.
Item: Barbecue Honey Ham
The most expensive item on the delivery menu in this Texas city comes from Dickey's, a chain that's known for its pit-smoked meats.
For people who want to cross some items off their holiday to-do list, Dickey's is also selling a $109.95 holiday feast complete with a ham or turkey, cornbread dressing and gravy, green beans, baked potato casserole and a dozen buttered rolls.
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Items on this list are subject to availability. While the ham was not available when CNBC looked on Friday, it was when GrubHub compiled the list of pricey dishes. A close second was the 16 oz. prime New York Steak at Maggiano's Little Italy.
Restaurant: Maggiano's Little Italy
Item: 16 ounce Prime New York Steak
This 16 ounce prime aged center-cut New York strip is marinated in herbs and garlic and then broiled with garlic butter. Maggiano's tops the steak with crispy onion strings and serves it with crispy red potatoes.
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This Brinker International-owned Italian chain's fare landed among the priciest items in many cities.
Restaurant: Red Crawfish
Item: Salt and Pepper Crab
A foodie hotspot, the Bay Area is known for some adventurous restaurants. The Red Crawfish touts its Cajun-Vietnamese fusion dishes.