There’s no shortage of people who can relate to a drunken night in Vegas, which results in an inadvertent credit card charge of a couple hundred bucks or so at a steak house.
But $20,000 for a ribeye? Sober? Yeah, a Vegas restaurant is saying it happened.
Wally’s at Resorts World Las Vegas served it up, a 195-day dry aged bone-in porterhouse that hopefully was worth it.
It came from Fleishers Craft Butchery in Brooklyn, weighted 670 ounces, and must have been delightful.
This was one heck of a publicity stunt. Wally’s President Christian Navarro shared the meal with Daymond John of Shark Tank, real estate agents Tal and Oren Alexander, real estate developer Michael Stern, and investor Rob Rosania.
If you don’t want to spend the cost of a used car on a meal, you can a “very limited supply” of similar tasty dishes. Just a lot smaller.