Looks like someone's got a beef with Lady Gaga.
Deeming her MTV meat dress "tacky," restaurateur Marc Sherry is serving up an even finer specimen that he swears is "a cut above" (his joke, not mine, folks).
According to the New York Daily News, Sherry, who owns the Old Homestead Steakhouse in Manhattan's trendy Meatpacking District (but of course!), wants you to flank yourself in his 85-pound carnivore confection, which includes a porterhouse vestment, rib-eye leggings, and Kobe beef boots.
"It's heavy, but not that much," says waitress Mery Lopez, who modeled the ensemble.
The USDA-prime piece -- yours for the not-quite early-bird-special price of $100,000 -- is stitched together with butcher's twine, accessorized by a marrow-bone necklace and rib-eye hat, and includes a goody bag filled with filet mignon, chocolate sauce, Kobe burgers, and candy corn.
What, no baked potato?
Sherry tells the Daily News that the fleshy frock is absolutely edible, and the cooks from his 142-year-old eatery will even carve it up for you and offer recipes.
"Wear it for an hour, have fun with it," he says. "Then you might have enough meat for six months for your freezer."
Just what I've always wanted: a steak that's been sitting on the New York City subway.
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