It’s a bird! It’s a plane! it’s . . . dinner?
For an experience that brings cuisine to new heights check out Dinner In The Sky. The Belgium-based company will hoist you and 21 guests up in a dinning platform for a gourmet meal. The hoisting is done by a giant crane!
As for the platform, diners sit in a seat that resembles one you might find in a race car. Everyone wears a seat belt, which subtracts a bit from the formal setting but given that there’s a 25 meters (82 foot) drop to the ground it’s doubtful any one will complain.
Dinner In The Sky’s heaven-bound dinning experience is available where ever the company can get their crane. The company has outfits in nearly two dozen countries and have organized meals above The Strip in Las Vegas, by Notre Dame in Paris and over the Grand Canyon. A second crane is available to hoist a band to play music along side their captive audience.
If you are wondering what happens if some one needs the bathroom that’s easy: The crane lowers the platform so that person can use the regular earthbound facilities. Dropping your fork during a meal, however, could cause some problems.
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