Hooooooooooooo, shid, take out a loan and get ready for this!
The Old Homestead Steakhouse, in New York City, is serving America’s most expensive Thanksgiving dinner. This MONSTROUS feast fit for a king costs $76,000 and features ….
$100 imported king oysters.
$75 Dekopon oranges.
$225-per-pound smoked bacon slabs.
$475-per-pound imported Japanese Wagyu beef lollipops.
$3,300 bourbon gravy.
$4,800 Louis XIII cognac.
$105-per-pound organic turkey.
$17-per-ounce Italian olive oil.
$1,600-per-ounce black caviar.
$455-per-pound imported Swedish moose cheese.
A single $46 sourdough loaf.
$54-per-pound foie gras.
Diners will also receive four tickets to Hamilton, limousine service, a two-night stay at the Mandarin Oriental, a $7,500 Fifth Avenue shopping spree and a $20,000 Swiss watch. The dinner feeds eight people (so bring ya friends).
And in case you don’t want to pay $7,600 per person just to eat dinner, the restaurant also has a “normal” menu with all the Thanksgiving favorites at $70 per person. PHEW – I’M SO GLAD.