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Revere Man Starts Dinner In the Sky

7/31/2008 06:00:00 AM
This guy gets props for being ballsy. Opening up a pretty pricey niche restaurant during a recession. Then again, there are still a lot of folks with money (I read that private jet sales are up - but mostly from foreign buyers).

Dinner in the Sky features seating for 22 from a unique perspective - diners eat at a table hoisted up to 180 feet into the air by a crane.

Guests are strapped into leather seats, while waiters and waitresses can stand in an aisle at the center of the table. The table and crane are currently housed in an 18-wheeler in Las Vegas, but for prices starting at $35,000, co-owner Michael Gallant says dinner can be served anywhere in the United States.

I'm fairly certain that I would never go for this. My fear of heights would prevent me from enjoying the food. It's not like I have an unnatural fear of heights, but the thought of being strapped to a chair, suspended 180 feet up in the air - no thanks.

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