Numerous restaurants around the world will offer special New Year’s dining. But, just one of them, a special menu for the last day of 2014 will charge you $21,000. Empire Steak House in New York City is taking the spirit of New Year Eve to another level while serving something special for the customers who can afford it. Actually, for that’s price for two. The dinner starts off with two glasses of Richard Hennessy Cognac, and followed by a round of appetizer: four ounces of Platinum Ossetra Caviar and a seafood platter (lobster, jumbo lump crabmeat, clams, oysters, and tuna tartar), paird with one bottle of Dom Perignon Oenotheque.
Then, you’ll be able to enjoy Japanese-imported Kobe Rib Eye Steak, white truffle mashed potatoes, black truffle creamed spinach paired with a bottle of Chateau Petrus. For dessert, you will indulge in charming a crème brûlée infused with Taylor Fladgate’s 1964 Single Harvest Port that is paired with half a bottle of Château d’Yquem.
And, if that isn’t enough, those lucky pair will receive $1,000 in gift certificates for upcoming dining experiences.
But, also if all this is too much for you, the restaurant will also offer a less extravagant but beutiful and affordable tasting menu, priced at $99 per person.