Think your Thanksgiving spread is going to be extravagant? It's got nothing on one New York City restaurant's turkey day offering.
CNBC reports that The Old Homestead Steakhouse is offering a $76,000 Thanksgiving spread for 10 people, complete with $100 worth of imported oysters, Wagyu beef lollipops that cost $475 per pound, sweet potatoes topped with $1,500 worth of caviar and gravy mixed with a $3,300 bottle of Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.
But that's not all — the meal also comes with four tickets to the Broadway hit "Hamilton," a $7,500 shopping spree, a two-night stay at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and a $20,000 watch, so you can always remember the occasion.
And the meal will, of course, include turkey. If that sounds a little pedestrian, don't worry: The bird is free-range, organic, retails for about $105 per pound and is blasted with $17-per-ounce Italian olive oil and a blend of Middle Eastern spices.
"When you spend $76,000 on a Thanksgiving dinner, you're not just buying dinner," said co-owner Mark Sherry. "You're creating memories."
Sherry adds that two groups have already bought the package, which has been offered at slightly lower price points over the last three years.
He also told CNBC that the restaurant would offer more traditional Thanksgiving packages that run about $100 per head.