Dinner In The Sky

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Just when you thought you had seen in it all in the world of bizarre dining experiences, Dinner In The Sky emerges.

If you’re really looking for a dinner spot with good food, and an even better view, look no further. Connected by a set of cables, this steel structure is suspended by a crane 150 feet above the ground. Each Dinner In The Sky experience can accommodate 22 guests along with the chef, and even waiters to ensure you never have to leave your seat – not that you’d want to. Every guest is strapped down with a seat belt for safety, and while their base package rents out for 8 hours, they are certainly open to accommodating your specific needs. The best part is that you can really set up anywhere in the world – so long as you have a crane handy.

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