If you think you’re spending an arm and a leg on your Thanksgiving feast — quit your bellyaching — a steakhouse in New York is serving up the most expensive turkey dinner ever at a whopping $76,000 a head!
The Old Homestead Steakhouse is offering the indulgent dinner (at an absurdly indulgent price tag) for one day only.
What’s on the menu, you ask?
- $105 per lb organically-raised turkey
- $475 per lb wagyu beef lollipops with a peppercorn au poivre sauce infused with a special reserve $4,800 bottle of Louis XIII cognac (Louis is probably rolling over in his grave at that use of his prized cognac)
- Gravy infused with $3,300 special reserve Pappy Van Winkle bourbon (Pappy Van Winkle should only be infused in a rock glass)
- Mashed potatoes with $455 per lb imported Swedish moose cheese (whatever the eff that is)
- $54 per lb foie gras
- $46 loaf sourdough bread (is the yeast made of gold?)
- $60 per oz balsamic vinegar
- A “splash” of wine from France that costs $1,750 a bottle (a waste of wine if you ask us)
- Orange marmalade glaze made from Dekopon oranges — $75 a piece — infused with special reserve $1,800 per bottle Gran Marnier
- King oysters at $100 a piece with an Opus One (fancy wine) mignonette (each oyster better come with a pearl)
The dining package also includes four tickets to Hamilton, a limo, fancy hotel, a $7,500 shopping spree and a $20,000 watch.
Speaking on the holiday extravaganza, co-owner Marc Sherry insists,“this Thanksgiving experience is priceless.”
Only it’s not … it’s nearly $80,000.
If we seem judgy about the really, really ridiculously high price it’s just the jealousy talking. Stove Top tastes better anyways.