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Does it ever make sense to drop $162 on a hunk of beef? Steven Lim and Andrew Ilnyckyj—the hosts of BuzzFeed's hugely popular series, "Worth It"—help Sean Evans answer this age-old, New York steakhouse conundrum. Joined by Bowery Meat Company's Josh Capon (and of course cameraman Adam Bianchi...), the guys chew their way through a $148 T-bone Florentine, a $125 chateaubriand, and a $162 tomahawk ribeye. Find out which cut of meat is really worth maxing out that credit card on an all new episode of Sean in the Wild. Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: Check out more of First We Feast here: First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country's best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.

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