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Dinner In The Sky Moves Forward, If Not Higher

Dinner In The Sky, the dangling, 180-foot-high feasting experience is finally scheduled to break ground this month, ahead of a planned early summer opening.

The concept offers hour-long dinners for 22 guests, carefully strapped to two tables hanging from a 200-foot tall, Strip facing steel tower. The tables weigh seven tons at full capacity, including a chef, maître d' and mixologist and can be raised or lowered in less than a minute.

Since announcing the venture in January, the nightly elevation schedule has been finalized. A night over the town will cost $290 per person and include "a three-course gourmet dinner, wine pairings and a complimentary photo." With two tables and combined room for 44 guests, the company is scheduling eight seatings from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

The concept is also promoting themed packages for weddings, parties and corporate events. For those wishing to keep their feet on the ground, a bar and lounge serving the same themed drinks hoisted by the mixologist up in the air, is being built on the 8.8 acre site. FAA approval has already passed for the far more lofty structure.
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Dinner In The Sky

3475 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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