Foodies can wine and dine in restaurant 100ft above the ground this summer
If you like dinner with a view, then we have the place for you.
Taking al fresco dining to new heights, open-air restaurant London In The Sky is returning for its longest season yet this summer.
The restaurant, located at London’s iconic O2 arena, sees diners lifted 100ft above the ground.
It will re-open to the public again from Thursday 1st July to Sunday 26th September.
The restaurant promises a thrilling experience, breathtaking panoramic views of London and specially curated food and drinks menus.
It will also host a ‘Sunday Sessions’ event on August Bank Holiday with celebrity DJs, live musicians and delicious cocktails in the sky. The ultimate day festival experience will see guests will sip cocktails up in the sky and continue the party below in the gin garden.
After a hugely successful summer 2019, the restaurant took a year hiatus due to the pandemic.
However, now it's back with guests being able to book one London In The Sky’s two 22-seat tables and sit back and relax as chefs prepare breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner, all while suspended in the sky.
Breakfast options include a breakfast taco or spicy shakshuka. Meanwhile, for dinner you can choose from rump and shoulder or lamb, Dukka seared filler of salmon or Dukka seared cauliflower steak.
Tickets start at £79 per person, while corporate group bookings are also available.
Flights will run from 09:00 to 20:30 from Thursday 1st July to Sunday 26th September.
To book a seat, you can visit londoninthesky.co.uk.
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