Dinner in the Sky restaurant set to open this summer
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A new restaurant that will suspend diners 180 feet in the sky is now scheduled to open in late June or early July.
Dinner in the Sky raises two 22-seat dinner tables 180 feet in the air, suspending guests while they enjoy gourmet cuisine and fine spirits.
The unique dining experience will be a permanent fixture in Las Vegas and the only of its kind in the world.
Dinner packages will be offered Wednesdays through Sundays, with each dining experience lasting about an hour.
The structure will also feature event centers surrounded by glass.
Builders are working to construct Dinner in the Sky near Tropicana Avenue and Polaris Avenue, just west of the Las Vegas Strip.
Children under 10 years old won't be allowed in the restaurant, and weight restrictions will apply.
The sky-high restaurant does not have bathrooms, but the company said the lifts can descend in about a minute in case of emergency.
Dinner in the Sky will employ about 65 people.
Developers hope to expand the concept to other cities if it's successful in Las Vegas.
To learn more about Dinner in the Sky, click here.
Note: A previous version of this story stated that the restaurant will open in May. A spokesperson for Dinner in the Sky confirms the opening date has been pushed back to the summer.