New Yorkers, if you really have money to burn for this year's Super Bowl, you may want to consider dining at Old Homestead Steakhouse.

The legendary New York City restaurant has the offer of a lifetime Sunday. For just $150,000, a diner and his or her friends and family can have access to just about any food and drink they'd like.

As reported by the New York Daily News, Old Homestead is offering an enormous spread for Sunday's big game. It includes a pre-game seafood spread, game-time steaks and some fancy postgame deserts. While some items are must-haves -- think filet mignon and red velvet Super Bowl XLVIII cupcakes -- according to the restaurant, diners will have significant control over the menu.

“You’re the boss,” co-owner Marc Sherry told the Daily News. “Whatever time you want. Wherever you want — office, house, parking lot, man cave.”

Sherry called this a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity, and the restaurant's Twitter account hyped up the offer this week.



Wondering what some of the entrees would look like at Old Homestead, which once served a $100 hamburger? Here's a sneak peek, via the restaurant's Instagram page:

Filet Mignon

Truffle Mac and Cheese

The Gotham Rib Steak, the restaurant's speciality cut

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