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Yeah! Dinner in the Sky Viewing Acropolis From the Above in Athens

Posted by moodhacker on May 2, 2018 at 10:05 AM

 



".....As the table slowly rotates, you will enjoy a bird’s eye view at 50 meters while dining in the air, admiring amazing views of the illuminated Acropolis and Lykavitos", discover Greece recenty wrote, presenting the Dinner in the Sky project which the traveler can find in 50 cities of the world, and now also in Athens.


Dinner in the Sky is an extraordinary culinary highlight and you can enjoy it now in Athens where you will be served your meal 50 meters above the ground.

 

 

A rotating table for 22 people, along with an exquisite 5 course menu made by highly experienced chefs, lift you up to 50 meters and offers breathtaking views.

Having achieved great success, the primary idea of enjoying your dinner from above began in 2007 in Belgium. More countries followed Belgium’s example since then, with Rome & Paris among others to be the first supporters.

 






Dinner in the Sky can host people with minimum height 1.5 meters for safety reasons. Moreover, if you desire to visit the bathroom all you have to do is ask the waiter and the suspended table gets back to ground.


Dinner in the Sky has even been listed by Forbes among the top 10 most extraordinary restaurants in the world.

 


Dinner in the Sky is currently operating in more than 50 countries around the world, while in Athens you can discover it within Technopolis at Gazi district.




Dinner in the Sky takes you to heaven, while the nightlife of Athens “awakens”. As the table slowly rotates you get views ranging from the sculpturally lit Acropolis, the surrounding mountains, the sea and of course the Athenian cityscape.

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