You can't beat the view, though you may want to use the restroom before you sit down. We're talking about Dinner in the Sky, a new dining concept introduced last year in Europe in which a group of 22 guests sit around a table and get served by a chef and two helpers, while the whole setup dangles from a giant crane up to 180 feet in the air. Guests are strapped into their seats, which swivel 180 degrees so that they can check out the view. The rental fee is $11,500 for eight hours (which ...
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