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Bratislavans can again dine in the air

The Dinner in the Sky event returns to the Slovak capital after last year’s premiere.

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The Bratislava in the Sky 2017 event takes place 50 metres above the ground, at a hanging dining table for 22 guests. The dining event, which takes place at a literal top level, has expanded this year.

This year’s program will not just have a single chef but will feature a rotation of different chefs during the ten days of the event.

On July 20, Lukáš Hesko will be the main chef, while between July 21 and 28, Roland Huber will take over. On July 29, Michal Konrád will cook for the guests, and Tomáš Lysý will be the chef to serve guests on July 30.

The package includes a brunch, lunch, wine-tasting, champagne, cocktails and sunset dinner, all taking place in the sky. The meals have a one-of-a-kind atmosphere and give diners breathtaking views. The event will take place on Tyršovo Embankment in Bratislava, the organisers’ website reports.

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