Dinner in the Sky

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Not much to say about this concept. The video speaks for itself. You basically take a crane and a rectangular table/platform that you lift up to 50 meters in the air. Yeah I know, it’s not that simple. The platform includes proper bar/kitchen equipment so the staff can perform their job properly and serve their guest, as expected, (delicious) food and beverage items. Additionally the seats are equipped with safety belt preventing guests to walk away without paying their bills. Just kidding.

Benefits of this concept:

  • If you are the Chef and a customer piss you off you can always push the eject button.
  • If you don’t like the food you can always throw it discreetly below your sit to the outside world (no need to put it inside the bag of your neighbor + you’ll make new friends with the surroundings pets).
  • If you don’t like the food and get sick, when throwing up, blem it on the height.
  • You can smoke.
  • No unscheduled health or labor inspection (unless the inspector has a parachute)
  • No unwanted visitors

One problem though! What do you do if you need to take a pis???

 If you want to share your opinions on the pros and cons of this concept, you can leave you comments in the below box.

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Marbella, Spain: 1st Genuine American Diner Project

al-macs-diner-tin-sign.jpgOur friends at Yummy Koncept have announced their latest project. What’s going to be the first genuine 50’s Diner in Marbella is under construction.

Laurent Sabouret from Yummy Koncept explains: ” I have lived in San Francisco and Chicago for 3 years and since I was a little boy I always been a fan of the typical Stainless Steel diners. When I was in the States, I was a regular customer of all the diners that would count the city and I would always pay attention to all the details. I have accumulated numerous pictures and documentation about American Diner’s and have a particular interest for the 50’s one. When our client explained he wanted a genuine American Diner, I had no doubt that we were the right people for the job”. Laurent took its inspiration from various existing diner such as “Mel’s Drive In“, “Fog City Diner” and “Johnny Rockets“.

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ARTICO ICE BAR – An unforgettable arctic experience !!!

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A modern design made by Laila Kolostyák. Bar, walls, seats, tables, ramp with sledge, a map of the Artic, a life-size igloo where you can get in. Everything is made with natural ice from the lakes of Lapland. There is even a screen made of ice and snow where customers can enjoy film projection of the area including scenes of aurora borealis. The light, sound and the images take visitors to the polar world.

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Taiwan’s Modern Toilet Restaurant

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Modern Toilet is a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan with a modern decor and a full-on toilet theme. All 100 seats in the crowded diner are made from toilet bowls, not chairs. . Sink faucets and gender-coded “WC” signs appear throughout the three-storey facility, one of 12 in an island-wide chain of eateries. Would you like to taste the ice-cream shaped like faeces?
Probably not the best place to bring a child in potty training…

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Dolce & Gabbana Gold Restaurant

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Dolce & Gabbana have opened a new restaurant with an entirely gold interior, not real gold to be exact. What’s next? Gold Ferrari?

The designers are set to open their first restaurant, Gold, on Via Poerio in Milan. The 202-seat boite, just behind the duo’s Metropol show space, sports a first-floor gourmet restaurant, a ground-floor casual bistro — where smoking is allowed — and a small food shop that carries items from Gold’s traditional Mediterranean menu.

Hilton Maldives Resort Undersea Restaurant

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Experience a whole new dining experience in the world’s first ever undersea restaurant, brought to you by Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa, this undersea restaurant is known as Ithaa, which translate as “pearl” in the natives’ language in Maldives, Dhivehi.

This undersea restaurant cost less than $5 million and is part of a project to rebuilt the Rangalifinolhu Island into a tourist attraction. The restaurant sits 5 meters below the sea and is surrounded by vibrant coral reef offering a 270 degrees of panoramic underwater views.  This 5 x 9 meter restaurant has a capacity of 14 people and was designed and constructed by M.J. Murphy Ltd which is a design consultancy based in New Zealand. The meals of this restaurant range in cost from USD$120 to USD$250.

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