Have you been looking for a unique and exciting dining, wedding, or meeting experience? Well, what would you say if I told you that you can delight in a gourmet dining experience, with friends or colleagues, while being suspended 164 ft in the air? Pretty exciting, right? And it’s true thanks to a unique company called “Events in the Sky” and their series of exclusive and unique dining packages, the most popular of which is called Dinner in the Sky.
Available in sessions that can last anywhere from 25 minutes to 8 hours, Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table that is suspended, by crane, at heights that reach 164 feet in the air. Each event can accommodate up to 22 people per session and includes 3 wait staff members (chef, waiter, and entertainer) who fit comfortably in the middle of the table. If you need a little extra entertainment, they will hoist a second and conjoining platform into the sky.
Your reservation includes a number of benefits including a VIP cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres and champagne toast during your Dinner in the Sky flight, a souvenir red carpet photo, your choice of entrée and access to the VIP cocktail lounge. Entrée choices include the Take It to the Top Fillet Medallion (filet mignon medallions with Bordelaise sauce sautéed in mushrooms and accompanied by au gratin potato and fresh asparagus with garlic and butter sauce) or the Sky Chicken (baked chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto, artichokes and gorgonzola cheese, apricot sauce and risotto).
Dinner in the Sky is now operated in more than 30 countries and has the official authorizations from Canada, Australia, South Africa and yes, the US – but only in Las Vegas and NYC – but in reality, tables can be hoisted anywhere, including a golf course, park, race track, castle, vineyard, etc. as long as there is 5000 sq. feet of space that can be secured. Prices start at approximately $289.00 per person and for more information check out www.eventsinthesky.com
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Wow, this is amazing and I bet the experience is breathtaking. Thanks for sharing…