Monday, 09. December 2013 - 23:12
17. 08. 12. - 16:00
Lovers of gourmet food will literally get to taste all the culinary highlights well above the rooftops of Vienna when Dinner in the Sky returns this September.
From 27th to 30th of September 2012 the aptly called ‘Dinner in the Sky’ will be whisking dinner guests over 50 metres into the air to enjoy a meal prepared by international star chefs Björn Frantzen, a Swedish chef with two Michelin stars to his name and who cooks in one of the world’s best restaurants in Stockholm.
Guests will enjoy the culinary delights on a table for a maximum of 22 people at a time suspended 50 metres in the air with a bird’s eye view over the Austrian capital and take off is at the Kaiserwiese at Vienna's Prater.
Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch or a four course dinner or a romantic Champagne reception.
Uldis Kalnins, managing director of the event said: "Dinner in the sky combines two out of the ordinary experiences. On the one hand food chosen and prepared by some of the best chefs in the world which can be enjoyed with a view over the city’s sights. Also you have the opportunity to chat with the chefs about their creations."
The event is renowned all over the world and had become popular in cities such as London, Toronto and Las Vegas.
Tickets are available via Ö-Ticket www.oeticket.com as well as from www.dinnerinthesky.at
Prices start at 79 Euros for Champagne in the Sky, breakfast in the sky 89 Euros, Lunch in the Sky 109 Euros and Dinner in the Sky 189 Euros.
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