NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – If money is no object, one Manhattan restaurant will prepare a Super Bowl feast fit for a king.
WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond with owner Marc Sherry
“If you’ve got $25,000, this is the mother of all Super Bowl parties,” says Old Homestead Steak House owner Marc Sherry. If you plunk down the cash, Old Homestead Executive Chef Oscar Martinez and crew will head to your home and turn your kitchen into a gastronomical paradise.
Sherry says the chefs spared no expense.
“[We have] chicken wings loaded with beluga caviar, stone crabs from Joe’s in Miami, and, of course, we’ve got every kind of Kobe beef that we serve at the restaurant,” says Sherry. The menu includes Kobe beef sliders and franks, prime aged sirloin steak, panko-crusted lobster shooters and more.
The deal offers a luxurious experience: waiters will ferry the dishes back and forth while you – and 25 of your closest friends – enjoy the game.
Someone (we don’t know who) has expressed interest.
Sherry says, “I promise you that after this party, he will never remember that the Jets lost the AFC title.”
But he may have a champagne hangover.
If, like most people, you are a bit more concerned about your money, check out our list of Super Bowl bars, parties and buffets in New York City this weekend.