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Have you ever wanted to treat yourself to a delicious five-star meal but are too lazy to leave your house? Well, GrubHub has you covered. While the delivery service is known for quick bites to enjoy at home, they also have a selection of decadent dishes that make any special occasion a little more formal.
From New York to Los Angeles, diners can order any number of fine-dining dishes without worrying about dressing up for the occasion. From whole suckling pig at San Francisco's Grand Palace Restaurant to a beluga caviar platter at Olma in New York, there's literally something for everyone. So if you're feeling fancy, but not fancy enough to put on your best attire, then check out some of these offerings for a truly unique dining experience—one that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own couch.
Here's a list of the delivery service's most over-the-top offerings.
Seafood Tower, $285
from Fresh Catch Fish and Seafood, Chicago
Whole Suckling Pig, $218
Grand Palace Restaurant, San Francisco
Wagyu Roll, $156
Sakerum, Washington, DC
Catskill Guinea Fowl, $108
Le Coq Rico, New York
Kobe Beef Steak, $165
RPM Steak, Chicago
Lobster and Peking Duck Dinner for 10, $360
Sang Kee Peking Duck House, Philadelphia
French Press Java Kopi Luwak (the most expensive coffee in the world), $36
Joss Bites, Beverly Hills
Wedding Chandelier Cake, $750
Cakes and More, Palmetto Bay, Florida
Whole Lamb, $300+
Salateen Grill, Hilliard, OH
Beluga Caviar Platter, $660
Olma, New York, NY
Special Edible Birds Nest Soup with Crab Meat & Konnyaku, $39
Duck House Restaurant, Monterey Park, CA
10-Layer, 230-Piece Macaron Tower, $563
Chantal Guillon Macarons & Teas, Palo Alto, CA