Like a lot of Americans, I consider myself to be a bit of a foodie. There”s nothing better than sitting down and enjoying a well-cooked meal from a great chef in a lovely restaurant. Sure, I can cook for myself, but where”s the fun in that? There”s only so much I can make on a small stovetop in a cramped apartment.
That”s why I enjoy visiting restaurants any chance I get. I”ve eaten at massive dining halls in Montreal and hole-in-the-wall joints in New York. If there”s a type of restaurant I”ve never tried before, I”m all for it.
Except for this one. It defies all logic and reason, and though the food looks good, there”s one massive catch.
Think this looks like a carnival ride? Think again! This is Dinner in the Sky.
Dinner in the Sky lets adventurous eaters enjoy a multi-course dinner 150 feet in the air.
In addition to a nice meal, restaurant goers get to enjoy their beautiful surroundings.
This is what the actual restaurant looks like when on the ground.
“Me? Oh, I”m ok. I”m just enjoying dinner in the freakin” sky!“
“Let me just give you a refill while you think about how far from the ground you are.”
Dinner in the Sky exists outside of Belgium, with locations in cities like Dubai, Paris, and Las Vegas. Watch below to see the Vegas version of this concept take off for the beginning of a meal.
Sure, I enjoy a good meal, but I”m deathly afraid of heights. Then again, if they have a good salmon dish or something with cream sauce, I might be able to talk myself into sitting through dinner 150 feet in the air. And if you”re okay with heights or wouldn”t mind a nice glass of wine and a heck of a view, visit the official Dinner in the Sky website for more information on how you can truly elevate your next dining experience.