At most restaurants the chef’s table is the most coveted seat in the house, offering views of the kitchen and sometimes even special treatment from the chef. At Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse, that seat is occasionally occupied by the restaurant’s namesake celebrity. Table 23 is Michael Jordan’s preferred table. It sits in the corner of the restaurant and is an oversized round booth. When the man himself is not there, tables of two or four can reserve it for a special menu featuring his favorite dishes. The meal, which consists of a starter, salad and entree along with wine pairings, includes dishes such as colossal crab cake and the Delmonico steak. The experience costs $150 per person, unless Jordan shows up. Then he will ask you to vacate the table immediately. Just kidding. He will sit elsewhere and pay for your dinner (seriously!).