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Dinner In The Sky

Over the past years, Dinner in the Sky has criss-crossed the skies of 45 countries.

What if you could float in the air with your friends and loved ones while sipping on expensive wine? Sounds like a dream…well Dinner in the Sky makes this dream a reality.

Dinner In The Sky
Dinner In The Sky

Dinner in the Sky: A Death-Defying Dining Experience Worth Risking Your Life For

Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based novelty restaurant service which uses a crane to hoist its diners, table, and waiting staff 150 feet into the air. Forbes magazine called it one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants. Dinner in the Sky has mobile services available in 15 nations, and has operations in various cities including Paris and Las Vegas.

By spending $40,000 you and your 21 close friends or family members can have a once in a lifetime experience of dining 150 feet above the ground! And there’ more, you can choose any location you want.

As long as there is a 500 meter square surface area to secure the restaurant it can provides its services almost anywhere in the world.

Over the past years, Dinner in the Sky has criss-crossed the skies of 45 countries… In Europe, to be sure, but also in Australia, Japan, India, Dubaï, South-Africa, Brazil, United States, Mexico, Canada… and China.

Dinner in the Sky is one of the world's ten most unusual restaurants.
Dinner in the Sky is one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants.

Dinner in the Sky flew over the most magical places imaginable

The most glittering stars of gastronomy took their place behind stoves: from Pierre Gagnaire to Marc Veyrat, from Heston Blumenthal to Anton Mosimann, from Dani Garcia to Paco Roncero, from Alain Passard to Yannick Alleno.

Dinner in the Sky flew over the most magical places imaginable: the Strip of Las Vegas, the gardens of the King David Hotel, the Marina of Dubai, the hills of the Villa Borghese, the banks of the St. Lawrence River, the beach of Copacabana and Cape Town bay, to name a few.

This kind of success was possible thanks to the 2 golden words guiding all our activities: Exclusivity and Safety.

The sky is a dream that has always fascinated human beings. Today people want to have extraordinary experiences, each dreaming of something different from his neighbour.

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