Do you have an extra $35,000 to spend this Thanksgiving?
Go to the Old Homestead Steakhouse in the Meatpacking District in New York City, for they are offering a $35,000 feast for 4 people (that's $8,750 per head) this Thanksgiving.
The dinner is a 9 course feast that is the most blatant display of decadence that America has ever seen! For the price, you also get grandstand seating at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and a $6,000 gift card to Bloomingdales.
See the 5 things that will put your normal Thanksgiving to shame!
1. Squab stuffed with foie gras
The foie-gras (fattened duck or goose liver, around $50 per pound) stuffed squab is soaked in Courvoisier L'Esprit Cognac, which runs $5,000 a bottle (pictured).
2. Mashed potatoes with Swedish moose cheese & topped with caviar
These aren't your Mama's mashed potatoes!
These potatoes are mashed with Swedish moose cheese, which costs over $300 per pound, and are topped with Royal Osetra 000 caviar, which runs around $1600!
3. Butternut squash infused with black truffles
Butternut squash is a Thanksgiving staple, and very affordable.
However when you infuse it with winter black truffles, which can cost upwards of $1,000 per pound, the squash becomes an item of luxury.
4. Gravy infused with Chateau Mouton Rothschild wine
The turkey gravy is made with fat renderings and then infused with Chateau Mouton Rothschild, which is a wine that costs $1,750 per bottle.
5. Organic turkey stuffed with Japanese Wagyu filet mignon.
The main event!
The turkey is a roasted farm-raised organic turkey and it is stuffed with 7 pounds of ground Japanese Wagyu filet mignon that costs $200 per pound.