The World’s Most Expensive Thanksgiving Dinner Is $181,000
(Disclaimer: The video above is from a couple of years ago, but it’s the same place.)
See, THIS is why people are going to riot over income inequality. I’m out here driving to multiple grocery stores to save eight cents a pound on turkey . . . while other people are doing THIS.
The Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York City is serving the world’s most expensive Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow night . . . for $181,000. So what do you get for that price?
1. Two gold-painted, gold-dusted, and gold-flaked free-range turkeys.
2. $1,200-a-pound Spanish bacon on top of candied sweet potatoes.
3. $300-a-pound white cheddar cheese from the U.K.
4. Gravy infused with a $3,650 bottle of Louis the Thirteenth cognac.
5. Cranberry sauce featuring $250-per-dozen Japanese strawberries.
6. A seafood stuffing made with lobster and $1,600-per-ounce caviar.
7. Asparagus seasoned with $91-per-ounce Korean salt.
8. Potatoes made with $850-a-pound European cheese, $150-an-ounce French butter, and $1,000-per-ounce truffles.
9. Lots of expensive wines and champagnes.
10. And a $50,000 seven-day yacht cruise afterwards, plus a $20,000 Black Friday shopping spree and four tickets to the Super Bowl.
The dinner serves up to 12 people . . . and the restaurant confirmed someone HAS bought the package.