New York's iconic Old Homestead Steakhouse is serving up a six-figure menu for Sunday's Super Bowl. According to the "New York Daily News," the restaurant is offering their Super Bowl catering services for a staggering $150-thousand.
The 20-person menu includes lobster and shrimp, as well as a selection of steaks and dessert.
The restaurant is even offering an 18-ounce filet mignon in honor of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who wears number 18. Co-owner Marc Sherry admits it's "over-the-top expensive, excessive and extraordinary," but he says "so is the Super Bowl." And so is your ego.