Dinner in the Sky Las Vegas Lifts Off

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Earlier this month, Dinner in the Sky Las Vegas made its debut as a high-flying Sky Box that takes 22 guests to a viewing height of up to 180 feet. The 22 guests are each comfortably strapped into a leather seat that is secured to a dining table. The dining table and seats are connected to a crane, which then performs the lift. The Dinner in the Sky experience is set to last for approximately one hour per session. The center of the dining table has a walking platform that can accommodate up to five service personnel for the purpose of serving food and beverages, taking pictures, conducting meetings or presenting product launches. All menus, from a sit down four-course meal to a tasting/cocktail session, are provided and included in the overall price of each package. With no fixed bill of fare, Dinner in the Sky Las Vegas will serve everything from sushi and lobster to prime rib and chops and is only limited by your imagination and budget. All meals are prepared "in the sky" by one to three chefs stationed in the middle of the table.

Visit www.dinnerintheskylv.com.



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