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Neiman Marcus Is Selling an 'Epic' $250,000 Dinner by Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, and More

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spend-all-the-money-300.jpgNeiman Marcus has announced its annual list of super extra insanely expensive fantasy gifts, and included is this $250,000 dinner for ten prepared by none other than chefs Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Richard Rosendale, and Jerome Bocuse. Yes, there are four zeros at the end of that price tag. But the money does go to the Bocuse d'Or USA Foundation, so: charity.

The dinner will take place at the purchaser's home, so hope you have a nice kitchen. (Don't worry, you'll have access to a "professional event planner" to help you get everything ready.) Also included in the meal: a tequila tasting with "personalized, engraved crystal bottles" for each diner. Below, a video in which Thomas Keller and Maestra Tequila Bertha Gonzales discuss what two and a half hundred thousand dollars will get you:

Video: Taste of Greatness

· A Taste of Greatness [Neiman Marcus via Eater Dallas]
· All Rich People Things Coverage on Eater [-E-]