A group of four people sat down to partake in the world’s most expensive Thanksgiving dinner yesterday at a restaurant in New York.
The four guests at Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York for a might feast that rocked in at a hopping $35,000 - just $8,750 a head.
The dinner, which lasted nine courses, consisted of foie-gras stuffed squab marinated in a bottle of Courvoisier L'Esprit Cognac, sides of sweet potato topped with caviar and a rather decadent sounding truffle infused butternut squash.
The star of the show was of course the bird, an organic turkey topped with ground wagyu beef imported from Japan and a wine gravy made using a bottle Château Mouton Rothschild.
Dessert featured bourbon-soaked pears covered in real 24-carat gold flakes and the guests also received front row tickets to the world famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, a Bloomingdale's gift card worth $6,000 and dance lessons at the Fred Astaire dance studios.
It seems they certainly managed to avoid some of these Thanksgiving Fails.
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