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Eat and drink in style – 100 feet in the air

events-in-the-skyDiners in Glasgow with no fear of heights will get the chance to dine in style while suspended 100 feet above George Square.

Following the huge success of the elevated eating experience in London, Events in the Sky will visit five UK cities including Glasgow, offering the public a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Glasgow in the Sky will see the city’s best restaurants transfer their menus and dining experiences to the unique sky table, suspended by a mobile crane.

The table seats 22 guests with head chef, sommelier and waiting team serving from the pop-up kitchen in the centre of the table whilst in the sky.

Guests are securely fastened into their seats before the table is raised 100 feet and their gourmet experience begins.

The restaurant will run from the 15 to 18 June. With 9 sittings per day, guests have the choice of breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon drinks and evening drinks.

One of the restaurants confirmed to take part is Chaophraya.

James Hacon, brand strategy director at Thai Leisure Group, said: “We are incredibly excited to take Chaophraya 100ft in to the sky in Glasgow next year for an unforgettable experience.”

The full line-up will be announced in February. Each of these restaurants serves guests a menu of signature dishes during the four-day festival.

Dale Agar of Events in the Sky says of the event: “With the success of London in the Sky, we’re looking forward to visiting Glasgow in 2017 to recreate this converted event partnering with Glasgow’s best chefs and restaurants.

“Guests will enjoy a breathtaking dining experience with spectacular views of the city from a different angle.’”

Events will also be hosted in London, Newcastle, Bristol and Southampton during the summer.

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One Comment to Eat and drink in style – 100 feet in the air

  1. Ian Ritchie says:

    Reports of ‘after a successful London run’ ignore the fact that this was a successful feature at an Edinburgh Festival only a few years ago.

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