For example, there's a huge price range here. As Kay West pointed out in the comments, some very pricey elements are present: steaks as high as $58 for the 16-ounce bone-in tenderloin. It is an entire pound of high-end meat, but it sounds like a rare splurge for most of us.
On the other hand, there are smaller plates that seem like a relatively affordable point of entry. I could definitely see splitting the $11 duck nachos with friends.
(Of course I'd need a lovely cocktail or glass of wine, as well. Kayne Prime's libations menu is also now online.)
And I am not above paying $10 for a sustaining bowl of onion soup gratinee, especially if, as I presume, it's the real deal made with good stock from the bones of all that fancy meat.
Or how about the Surf and Turf Poppers, with jalapeno, spicy lobster and braised short rib, for $12? Sounds good to share.
On the third hand, speaking of lobster, my eye zeroes in on the wood-fired whole lobster, a 2-pounder accompanied by three butters.
Market price. I can't even imagine what that would be. And my birthday isn't till February.