Would you eat at the restaurant that's suspended 180 feet in the air?

Emma Sleight
Would you eat at the restaurant that's suspended 180 feet in the air?
Would you eat at the restaurant that's suspended 180 feet in the air?

Las Vegas is home to some of the world's craziest themed hotels and brightest lights, but if you thought the thrills and spills of visiting couldn't get any more exciting then think again.

Forget bungee jumping from the Stratosphere or racing your motor around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, now you can take your adrenaline addiction to new heights and dine at a table suspended 180 feet in the air.

A steel tower with a pair of lifts raises two dinner tables high above the Las Vegas skyline. Chefs prepare food in the centre of the table for the 22 guests that are strapped in around it.

Would you brave the Dinner in the Sky? One diner experienced it and said: "My husband thought it would be romantic to take me to dinner overlooking Vegas at a height of over 150 feet.

"What he didn't know is that I would completely freak out and be terrified when I saw what we were going to do ... So here I was terrified in the beginning and once we got going I realised it really wasn't going to be bad at all. In fact, I really enjoyed myself."

Dinner in the Sky opens officially in late summer and will cost from $290 (£185) per person including a three-course meal with wine and a souvenir photo.

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