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Is a $45,000 Thanksgiving Dinner Worth It?

It’s that time of year again when friends and family plan a massive feast they enjoy over laughter, memories and the occasional burp that disrupts the silence. Some people prefer to have Thanksgiving dinner in the comfort of their own homes while others opt for going out and eating dinner at a nice restaurant.

If you’re in New York, you and eight of your friends can head over to the Old Homestead Steakhouse in the Meatpacking District and shell out $45,000 for the most expensive Thanksgiving Day dinner in history.

And what does a $45,000 Thanksgiving Dinner look like?

It looks pretty much like you would expect. It’s got a turkey, stuffing and sourdough bread. Seems pretty simple right? Well, unlike the feast you prepare with your family, this one has some pretty outrageous features and is intended as an “engagement dinner” to propose to a loved one. The feast that costs more than the median annual salary in the U.S. includes two 20-pound turkeys, champagne (your choice of Cristal or Dom Perignon), Royal Ostera Beluga caviar and stuffing made with imported Wagyu beef. Oh, and each meal comes with a two-karat emerald cut diamond engagement ring –hidden in the stuffing.

And then just go over the top with it all.

The $45,000 price tag includes not only dinner, but a slew of over-the-top gifts. The package also includes two grandstand tickets to the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, dancing lessons and “homemade pumpkin ice cream with a $4,200 bottle private reserve rum-infused eggnog sauce, finished with edible 24-carat gold flakes.”

But is a $45,000 Thanksgiving Dinner ever worth it?

To us, we believe it’s...

Best Burgers in Louisvlle

Louisville and the Kentuckiana area have a lot to offer in the way of food, but sometimes you just want a good old fashioned burger. If you’re looking to find a great burger in Louisville, the journey won’t take too long.

Image Via Yelp.

Louisville’s own Courier Journal and recently published what they believe to be the best burgers in Louisville and we’ll point out a few of our favorites. We’ve selected our three favorite locations to help you get your hands on the best burger in Louisville.

Mussle & Burger Bar

Located on Taylorsville Rd., Mussel & Burger Bar boasts an impressive 4.5 Yelp rating with more than two hundred five-star ratings. While points toward the Argentina burger, The Courier Journal’s, Jeff Greer singled out the BBB Burger as his favorite and said the burger “is an undertaking only for the hungriest. It has a fried egg and maple-glazed pork belly on top of an unreal burger patty. So, so filthy and so, so good”


Big Four Burgers + Beer

Big Four Burgers + Beer is the only Indiana restaurant on the list and has certainly earned its place. Big Four Burgers + Beer is located in downtown Jeffersonville and offers an outside deck area that is great to enjoy lunch on a Sunday afternoon.

One of the burgers that stands out is the Big Blue, which is made with ground chuck, bleu cheese, bacon, red onion, lettuce, tomato, spicy pickles and garlic aioli. Big Four also offers amazing crispy sweet potato fries and homemade milkshakes.

Grind Burger Kitchen...

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