Thanksgiving is probably one of the most fun-filled and joyous occasions in the country. And this year, the Old Homestead Steakhouse in Manhattan is about to make it an experience of a lifetime for those who choose to dine with them. Lavish, Star-Studded and Extravagant, the feast will cost devourers a heavy $150,000, making it the most expensive Thanksgiving dinner of America.
Spilling ‘Opulence’ at each step, the dinner will feed a group of 12 to some of the most exotic dishes from across the world such as Imported Japanese pork priced at $425 per pound and mixed with white truffles costing $2,500 per pound, Buttermilk biscuits made with $600/oz. Himalayan sea salt and pancetta jam toppings, Salad stuffed with $550/lb. Wagyu beef and sides such as mashed potatoes with $325/lb. white cheddar, and butternut squash topped with $1,600/oz. black caviar. Guests will also be invited to relish exclusive free-range and organic turkey, costing $135 per pound and presented to them in edible gold flakes.
Inedibles’ of the experience includes a $15,000 shopping spree, Billy Joel concert tickets, $260 horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park and many more luxe offerings. However, a cherry on the cake is when guests are treated to a $75,000 2018 Maserati Levante, inclusive of the $150,000 bill! As rightly opined by Marc Sherry (co-owner of Old Homestead), “This isn’t just a meal. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience for someone who is celebrating… But there’s a catch — this Thanksgiving dinner may knock the stuffing out of your wallet!” We could not have agreed more!