This New York Restaurant Asks Absurd Amount For Thanksgiving Meal
If a Hungryman meal or Stove Top stuffing isn't for you then this may be the place for you to enjoy your holiday meal. Just a heads up, you may need to take out a huge loan to pay for it.
You've got to wonder what New Yorker will actually for this. According to Fortune, a New York City restaurant is taking pride in selling the most expensive meal this Thursday.
The Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York City is selling an entire smorgasbord with a few other perks for a measly $76,000. What makes is cost so much?
The turkey is $105 per pound and comes with a slab of imported Japanese bacon with an orange glaze. The sweet potato dish is paired with Caspian Sea caviar that's $1,600 per ounce. The stuffing includes foie gras.
They’ll also get four tickets to see the musical, Hamilton, a $7,500 Fifth Avenue shopping spree and a $20,000 watch.
It's not too late to ask for an early gift from Santa.