Fancy Dining 25 Metres In The Air?! This Pop-Up Will Definitely Take You To New Heights

If you’re not a fan of being suspended in the air at the height of 2 double deckers buses then look away. The latest pop-up restaurant to terrify, sorry tantalise customers is from Events in the Sky, who funnily enough operate from a strictly acrophobic viewpoint.


The table of terror, sorry torture, SORRY tastiness, seats up to 22 people, with a guest chef, sommelier and waiting team serving from the centre of the table. And boy, what a line up they have. Featuring the talents from kitchens such as the Duck&Waffle, Lima, Pont St, Tom’s Kitchen and many more, you’re guaranteed some gorgeous grub to help soothe, i mean satisfy, your stomachs.


Tickets to this thing are quite pricey but if you’re looking for a sickening, sorry special event you’re guaranteed to remember, then check out their website here.


This pop-up is only around for an exclusive 14 day period so if you want to soar like a sparrow/hover like a hawk/float like a butterfly/sting like a bee, get booking ASAP.


P.S. We apologise if the writers own subjectivity may have snuck into this post. She simply wants the readers to know what they’re bloody getting themselves in for expecting. 


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