Thankful(ish) for Diners Who Can Actually Afford this Extravagant $35,000 Thanksgiving Day Menu at Old Homestead restaurant
Hey big spender, spend time time with me!.. and by time, I mean a Thanksgiving Dinner that costs up to $35,000 for nine courses. The extremely decadent feast is set to take place at Old Homestead restaurant in the Meatpacking District that includes menu offerings such as sweet potatoes topped with $1,600 Royal Osetra 000 Caviar,organic turkey stuffed with imported Japanese Wagyu filet mignon, squab — stuffed with foie gras for $8,750 per person, plus more. This better be the best dinner ever! Seriously! I want to know who’s purchasing this dinner and how we can become friends ASAP. If you want to eat like a king and queen, check out the rest of the price tag, I mean, menu here..
Roasted farm-raised organic turkey stuffed with seven pounds of ground Japanese Wagyu filet mignon.
Turkey gravy made from renderings infused with $1,750 per bottle Chateau Mouton Rothschild.
Cranberry orange relish with Gran Marnier.
Squab stuffed with rich foie gras soaked in $5,000 per bottle Courvoisier L’Esprit Cognac.
Butternut squash infused with winter black truffles.
Creamy mashed potatoes with Swedish moose cheese.
Sweet potatoes will be topped with $1,600 Royal Osetra 000 Caviar.
Poached bourbon-soaked pears with pumpkin paste dusted with 24-carat gold flakes.