Friday, July 4, 2008

dinner in the sky

Was anyone around Yonge and Dundas this past Wednesday?

I had last heard about Dinner In The Sky when it "happened" in Paris, France. And yesterday I read about it again in the Toronto Star when it helped kick off Summerlicious high above Dundas Square. Kudos to American Express for bringing this latest craze to Canada!

To put it simply Dinner In The Sky is a truly unique dining experience where diners are suspended 50 metres in the air by a crane. Patrons are secured into their seats while they enjoy both a gourmet meal and a thrilling view. Invented in 2006 by 2 Belgiums it now has licensees in 16 countries.

I think it's pretty genius - too bad it's way out of my price range. What will they come up with next?

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