Dinner in the sky at the airborne restaurant suspended 100ft above ground

'Eating out' just got taken to an entirely new level.

Dine at the 'floating restaurant' hanging 50ft in the air

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.

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