Don't want to cook this Thanksgiving? Then try eating out and getting a delicious meal for $35,000.
New York City restaurant Old Homestead Steakhouse is hosting a $35,000 Thanksgiving dinner, according to the Daily Mail.
"We know it's over-the-top expensive, but Thanksgiving comes once a year. If you can splurge for this, you have a lot to be thankful for," said Old Homestead Steakhouse co-owner Marc Sherry.
It features nine-courses including squab stuffed with foie gras soaked in a $5,000 a bottle L'Esprit Cognac, roasted organic turkey stuffed with Japanese Wagyu and gravy made with a $1,750/bottle claret, butternut squash with black truffles, and sweet potatoes topped with three pounds of caviar. For dessert, diners will be served bourbon-soaked pears with pumpkin paste dusted with 24-karat gold.
So far, one group of four have reserved the lavish Thanksgiving dinner.
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