So you’ve designed a project that looks amazing in plan, and it’s now complete and ready to show off to the clients and the press. But you’d really like them to have a high vantage point to appreciate the design’s finer aspects, and there doesn’t seem to be an ideal spot already on site.
It’s time to host a Dinner in the Sky.
Dinner in the Sky will haul you and your guests, seated at a luxurious and specially tricked out dining table, 40 to 50 meters up. Brave attendees can enjoy high-end cuisine while taking in the view. Guests are strapped in, naturally, and need to meet a height requirement. The Dinner in the Sky web site is deliberately coy about the cost, though it’s fair to guess it’s going to be more than a land-bound client dinner would set you back.
Those interested in a heavenly perch for less professional pursuits—such as weddings, bar mitzvahs, or high-stakes poker games—can make those happen as well.