Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post brings us news of the beginning of
the French Revolution the War of Poor Aggression.
A high-end Midtown restaurant is serving up the city’s priciest plate of pasta — a $2,000 dish of homemade tagliolini complete with fresh lobster and black truffles and served on a gold-leaf platter designed by late fashion icon Gianni Versace.
Bice Restaurant, at 7 E. 54th St., is charging an arm and a leg of lamb for the dish, part of a four-course meal and wine to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
The $2,013 dish features two pounds of wild-caught lobster and sauteed organic vegetables.
Well, that sounds fucking lame. Truffles? Veg? Lobster? Pshaw. Wonkers, we can do better.
Things That Should Be On A $2,000 Plate of Pasta:
- The collected smegma of Ashley Dupree.
- The head of Rocco DiSpirito.
- More Spam.
- Human shit.