Growing tired of the dining options in Vancouver and keeping your feet on the ground?
Take your sights to a new level and head up in the air as Dinner in the Sky returns to Vancouver this summer, giving West Coast foodies the ultimate dining experience.
This unconventional dinner party, which first launched in Vancouver last summer, will take in an out-of-this-world location, as guests, chefs, and waitstaff are all strapped onto a modest pedestal platform and hoisted by crane to enjoy their meal suspended 150 feet up in the air.
Starting this June, Dinner in the Sky will run for three months, giving diners the chance to take in Vancouver’s spectacular ocean, mountain, and city views from a whole new perspective.
Last year’s location was at North Vancouver’s waterfront, but the event’s new owners, WESTCOAST Sightseeing say they’ll be announcing a central location soon.
While the local chef and menu have yet to be announced, Dinner in the Sky says they will be serving 22 guests at a time.
The popular venue will offer eight to 10 breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and other experiences each day, as well as themed special events, weddings, and other private celebrations.
Bring a loved one or a group of friends along for this unique dining experience that will be a bonding experience to say the least.
When: Starting June 2018
Where: Location TBA
Tickets: Available through Sky Dine
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