Lets face it, some blow their tax refund on cars, jewelry, clothes, or even do the “smart” thing and save it,  but not us. No sir. We blow our tax refund on food and if you’re like us, and do the same, well here are some very expensive ways to spend your tax refund like a boss.

The Masa Toro Roll with Caviar from Bar Masa.

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Coming in at $240 for eight rolls this is a sushi lover’s heaven. This is a quick way to put a dent into that tax refund you just got back.

$1,000 Pizza at Nino’s Bellisima Pizzeria

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For those who thought that might be a typo, you’re wrong. Featuring 4 different types of caviar and sprinkled with lobster tail you have the $1,000 pizza. This pie use to be called “The Luxury Pizza” back in 2007 but I’m not sure why it has changed from that. Either way this choice will put some serious damage on your tax refund or might even make you reach into your pocket for more than your tax refund.

Golden Opulence Sundae at Serendipity 3

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Right away when you read this sundae holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive sundae, you should know this is going to put a serious dent on your tax refund. The Golden Opulence Sundae will set you back $1,000. I suggest you savor every melting spoonful of this sundae because just like that, you can say goodbye to $1,000 dollars.

12oz Japanese Kobe Beef from The Old Homestead aka Tax Refund Special

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For those who love nothing more than a delicious steak and want to enjoy probably the best piece of steak known to man, then the Japanese Kobe Beef at The Old Homestead is your go to. Coming in at $350 for a 12oz piece you will be in fairy steak land.

$1,000 Bagel at The Westin Hotel Time Square

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So maybe you are more of a breakfast baller and want to blow your tax refund on breakfast. Well, this $1,000 bagel at The Westin Hotel will do the job for you. This bagel features an Alba White Truffle cream cheese and goji berry infused Riesling jelly with golden leaves.


We certainly hope that you are getting a tax refund this year no matter how you choose to spend (or save) it.

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