Haute Cuisine

Dinner in the Sky, a dining experience that uses a mobile crane to transport 22 guests 180 feet into the air, has come to the U.S. Guests are strapped into leather seats, which are attached to a dining table, and the crane lifts the group above the fray to enjoy a meal together. Originally developed in Brussels in 2006, and now available in about 20 countries, the U.S. Dinner in the Sky experience resides in Las Vegas but can be moved anywhere in the country. Companies who have booked the

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