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The most expensive tasting menus in Boston

Bittersweet chocolate, with guava and macadamia nut, at Tasting Counter.
Bittersweet chocolate, with guava and macadamia nut, at Tasting Counter.Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff/Globe Staff

How do some of the most notable tasting menus around town compare in terms of price? We break it down, from most to least expensive. (Roughly, at least. Sometimes we are comparing apples and oranges, with variables including number and size of courses and optional supplements.) Beverage pairings included where available. Unless noted, totals do not include tax or tip.

O Ya: 17 courses $185 ($265 with pairings), 20 courses $285 ($435 with pairings)

L’Espalier: 3 courses $95, 6 courses $115 ($185 with 4 pairings, $205 with 6 pairings), 10-12 courses $205 ($343 with pairings)

Menton: 6 courses $125, 8 courses $155 or $175 ($270 or $300 with pairings, $60-$95 more for caviar supplement)

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Clio: 5 courses $79 ($134 with pairings), 9 courses $124 ($213 with pairings)

No. 9 Park: 3 courses $76, 6 courses $120 ($200 with pairings, $20 more for prune-stuffed gnocchi or foie gras, $14 more for wine pairings with those courses)

Craigie on Main: 6 courses $98, 8 courses $118

Asta: 3 courses $50, 5 courses $75 ($120 with pairings), 8+ courses $95 ($155 with pairings)

T.W. Food: 3 courses $55, Tuesday 4-course wine dinner $55 with pairings, 6 courses $85 ($140 with pairings)

Journeyman: (price includes tax and tip): 9 courses $96.30-$121.98 ($166.92-$192.60 with pairings). Price depends on time slot.

Tasting Counter: (price includes tax and tip): 9 courses $165-$180 with pairings. Price depends on day of the week.