From the world of weird dining comes this: a square dining table hanging 165 feet in the air, suspended by a crane, with (seat-belted) diners arrayed around the outside and chefs corralled in the middle. Sometimes, there’s even a separate dangling stage with musicians providing dinner music.
Belgium-based company Dinner in the Sky has been getting gourmands high since 2006. Their suspended table seats 22, and the whole set-up can be rented (sans chef) in Belgium for 7,900 euros per eight hours.
That price is a bit steep for regular folks, but popular for trendy corporate gigs. So popular, in fact, that there is now a Dinner in the Sky operator in South Africa – and the Belgian rig has made trips to Dubai, Bratislava, France and Florida.
Talk about a table with a view!