For those of you who want to go all out this Thanksgiving, consider a trip to the Meatpacking District steakhouse Old Homestead, which is offering groups of deep-pocketed diners an extravagant $50,000 spread.
According to Gothamist, the holiday feast comes with a 20-pound free-range turkey, seasoned with imported spices and basted with imported extra-virgin olive oil from Italy. It is stuffed with Japanese Wagyu beef, foie gras, and sourdough bread imported from the UK.
The whipped sweet potatoes will be topped with $1,600-per-ounce caviar from the Caspian Sea, while the green beans will be prepared with chunks of imported ham from pigs fed a special diet. As for dessert, homemade pumpkin ice cream will be on offer, with eggnog sauce infused with a $4,200 bottle of rum.
Talk about lavish.
In addition to edibles, purchasers of this Thanksgiving extravaganza will also receive four tickets to an upcoming Giants game, a night at the Waldorf with room service and breakfast in bed, a Fifth Avenue shopping spree and more.
Gothamist reports that a spokesperson for the restaurant says they haven’t sold any seats just yet — and they’ve only made enough foie gras and Wagyu stuffing for three parties of eight — but last year they sold all available seats. [Gothamist]