“Dinner in the Sky” is an amazing dining experience combined with an exclusive environment, spectacular views, cuisine from renowned chefs, and all of this at up to 50 meters above the earth.
A crane lifts the table with 22 guests to a height of up to 50 meters above the earth.
When this event first began in the Czech Republic ten years ago, many conventional gourmets were quite skeptical, suggesting that they don’t need to be hung somewhere in the air to enjoy delightful cuisine.
Dinner in the Sky first started when Belgian entrepreneurs David Ghysels and Stefan Kerkhofs devised this concept. It quickly expanded to many major cities across the world, including Prague, where it has been celebrated every September.
In its initial stages, Dinner in the Sky was set up in Kampa, before the crane and platform were relocated to Riegrovy sady. This year, it is returning to the historic center along Dvorák’s embankment where a team of professionals, with a guest chef and waiting team, will serve from the center of the table.
The menu features pumpkin soup with red curry and coconut milk, beef cheeks, mashed potatoes, and Japanese wasabi horseradish as the main course, vanilla crème brûlée with raspberry sorbet and pistachios as dessert.
Marek Raditsch from Kampa Park and MasterChef juror Marek Raditsch will cook throughout the first two weekends in September, from Thursday, September 2 to Sunday, September 5, and again a week later, from September 9 to 12.
If there is a high level of demand, the organizers will add a third weekend in September. A three-course meal costs CZK 2,190, while the most costly dinner costs CZK 5,490 per person.
Tickets are available for purchase on the official website.