Ever Have Dinner In The Sky?

Ever Have Dinner In The Sky?
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If you’re getting sick and tired of the same old same old when it comes to going out to eat, it may be time to check out “Dinner in the Sky”, a hosted dining experience suspended by a team of professionals.

Ever Have Dinner In The Sky?

Up to 22 people and three staff members (chef, server, host) can enjoy the event. It’s a moving restaurant so it can go wherever the reservation is–whether that be a race track, castle, vineyard, golf course or private home. Just make sure to buckle up.

Ever Have Dinner The Sky?

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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