This Is The Most Expensive Thanksgiving Dinner

If you'd like to give thanks for having $181,000 to drop on a meal this turkey day, the Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York City has what you need.

The stars of the show are two free-range turkeys, with a retail price of about $145 per pound. The birds are dusted with gold dust and gold flakes which add no flavor to the meat and will be passed through the body undigested. There's also Spanish bacon that runs $1,200 a pound, Japanese strawberries that'll set you back $250 for a dozen, caviar at $1,600 an ounce and many more over the top delicacies. How about a $125 loaf of bread?

The restaurant has been trying each year to one-up itself from what it’s done in the past, offering a spread that was more luxe — and more expensive — than what it did the year before. Last year’s spread came with a $150,000 price tag which was purchased by three people.

Yo do get a few extras, though, that jack up the price even more, like Super Bowl tickets, a yacht cruise and a pair of iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphones.

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