You won’t need a table by the window to make dinner at this restaurant extra special – because it doesn’t have any.
Brussels-based company, Dinner in the Sky organises breakfasts, lunches, dinner parties, wedding and corporate dos in the sky – quite literally – on a table suspended from a crane, more than 100 feet above the ground.
The company says it can hoist its airborne restaurant anywhere – from cities to vineyards, sporting events and golf courses – as long as permission can be granted to use the open space.
At the floating table, guests are waited on by a chef, waiter and entertainer as they take in unobstructed views of the landmarks below while strapped into their seats.
The giant table – which seats up to 22 people – is hoisted back down to earth for regular ‘comfort breaks’ – for those who wondered how toilet breaks are possible.
Naturally, the sky-high experience attracts sky-high prices.
At €7,900 (£6,600) – not including catering – for an eight hour table reservation, a party of 22 will pay from €360 (£300) per head.