Skip to comments.Old Homestead Steakhouse Is Offering a $150G Super Bowl-Sized Meal
Posted on 02/02/2014 8:46:54 PM PST by nickcarraway
The legendary restaurant is offering the $150,000 feast on game day, running the gamut from pregame (a seafood spread) to game time (32-ounce Texas T-bones) to postgame (red velvet Super Bowl XLVIII cupcakes).
It's the Super Bowl tailgate party that costs more than your car with enough legroom for 20. The $150,000 feast, straight from the playbook of the legendary Old Homestead Steakhouse, offers a spectacular feed for one deep-pocketed football fan and his soon-to-be-stuffed guests.
While most folks are picking either Denver or Seattle, the lucky diners at this extravaganza can choose between T-bones and Porterhouses, lobster or shrimp, Oban single malt Scotch or Dom Perignon champagne.
Or maybe just sample a bit of everything at Sundays high steaks affair.
Its a once-in-a-lifetime chance, said Marc Sherry, co-owner of the iconic Meatpacking District eatery.
Its over-the-top expensive, excessive and extraordinary but so is the Super Bowl.
The staggering menu runs the gamut from pregame (a seafood spread) to game time (32-ounce Texas T-bones) to postgame (red velvet Super Bowl XLVIII cupcakes).
An 18-ounce filet mignon honors No. 18, Peyton Manning.
While kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the party starts whenever you want on the big day.
Youre the boss, said Sherry. Whatever time you want. Wherever you want office, house, parking lot, man cave.
there’s no way this is worth that.
Michelle: “Do they take food stamps?”
They might get a taker if they give them a 95% discount
If they sell it this reporter gets a steak and a brown envelope at the end of dinner.
You gotta love the first comment.
1 day ago
Don’t let Mayor “Income Inequality” deBlasio see this!”
NY .. 'nuff said
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