The Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York City has come up with yet another expensive Thanksgiving experience this year costing a whopping $181,000. Last year’s all three dinner packages were sold out by the Steakhouse at $150,000.
This year the package includes many culinary delights along with other rich experiences. Marc Sherry, co-owner of Old Homestead Steakhouse told Yahoo Finance, “Our culinary staff develops the menu and from there we seek out the most expensive ingredients in the world.” The dinner allows 12 guests to feast on the delicious dinner prepared with rare ingredients. The dinner highlights two gold flaked and dusted turkeys, Spanish bacon ($1,200 per pound), candied sweet potatoes, White Cheddar cheese from UK ($300 per pound), gravy infused with Louis XIII cognac ($3,650 per bottle), cranberry sauce with Japanese strawberries ($250 per dozen). The dinner this year will also include seafood and golden caviar from the Caspian Sea ($1,600 per ounce) as a tribute to America’s first-ever Thanksgiving dinner. Dom Perignon and Cristal champagnes along with Opus One and Silver Oak wines will complement the dinner courses.
One of the packages has already been sold this year to a repeat customer. The package includes a seven- day vacation aboard SeaDream Yacht Club Cruise for two, Black Friday shopping worth $20,000, his and her iPhone 11 Pro Max, trip around NYC in a Bentley with four friends and tickets for the Super Bowl LIV game with airfare and stay at The Setai on Miami Beach for four.
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