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Cloud Dining: Sky-high restaurant coming our way

UPDATE: Looks like cloud dining has been grounded for now.  According to the Boston Business Journal, Dine Cloud Nine will hold off due to COVID-19 regulations. They will revisit the idea of a floating restaurant possibly next year.

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If you’re afraid of heights or dropping from the sky to your death, this might not be the dining experience for you.  According to Boston Business Journal, two local businesses are pitching the idea of a table for 21, suspended 180 feet in the air while you have dinner and drinks strapped into your seat.  Just think of your Instagram posts!

Boston-based Corinthian Events and Peabody-based rentals firm Perfect Parties Entertainment Group, are hoping to make this dream of a floating restaurant a reality in the near future above Encore in Everett.

Evidently, the company has used these sort of floating table, hoisted by a crane at various events around the country including a Super Bowl party in California and a casino opening in Florida.

You can learn more about the concept – Dine Cloud Nine – here.  We’ll be eating our brunch with two feet on the ground.

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