by Raffaella Pietropaolo
on October 12, 2017
Can extreme adventure and the comfy world of high class dining come together? Apparently they already do.
Dinner-in-the-sky Montecarlo promises an out-of-the-ordinary experience with a breath-taking view of the Mediterranean and of the iconic buildings of one of the richest cities on earth.
Twenty two special guests (not afraid of heights) are spoiled by Michelin Star chefs, while suspended in the clouds.
A giant crane lifts you upwards to a skillfully designed dinner from starter to dessert, where you can kick back and take in the magical postcard view. This might just be the ideal rendez-vous for the selfie-obsessed and food porn aficionados.
Besides Monte-Carlo, where Dinner-in-the-Sky has also been attended by Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, the nomadic event has already involved 45 countries and cities like Paris, Las Vegas, Sydney, Cape Town, Dubai, Bogota and Sao Paulo.
Unfortunately reserving a table might not be an option, it’s a necessity, since a second one will not be floating in the sky next to yours anytime soon. More private than this? It could be hard to find, save the casual uninvited bird flying by as you sip champagne above the gawking paparazzi below.