The Sky’s the Limit When it Comes to Dining in Vegas!

Dining in Las Vegas soars to new heights (quite literally!) with Dinner in the Sky. Twenty-two guests are seated in each “sky car” 160 feet over Vegas’ famous strip. Included in the considerable cost is a cocktail, rounds of hors d’oeuvres, a glass of champagne and an entrée. Added to the fun is a red carpet reception and a photo to take home afterward.

Gourmet entrees include “Take it to the Top Filet Medallions” with a bordelaise sauce, mushrooms, au gratin potatoes and garlicky asparagus; baked breast of “Sky Chicken” is stuffed with proscuitto, artichokes and gorgonzola cheese, served with an apricot glaze and risotto.

Dinner in the Sky—it’s the only way to fly! Dramamine not included.

Dinner in the Sky 2800 W Sahara Ave. Suite 1E, Las Vegas, NV 89102, (702) 257-7303, (877) 4SKYDINE, dinnerintheskylv.com
Hours of operation: Hours and days available vary. Please call for details.
Cost: $169. A sunset dinner flight is also available for $199.
Payment options: Cash, Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Reservations: Reservations required. Please call for details on available dates and times.
Location: 2800 W. Sahara Ave. (across from Palace Station).
Age/Height/Weight restrictions: Passengers must be at least 12 years old and at least 59 inches tall.

Dine with Celebrity Chefs.
For those of you land lovers who would rather keep your feet firmly planted on the ground, why not taste the offerings from the world’s best culinary talents.

• Jean Georges Vongerichten – Prime, Bellagio
• Emeril Lagasse – Table 10, Palazzo
• Tom Collichio – Craftsteak, MGM Grand
• Nobu Matsuhisa – Nobu, Hard Rock Casino
• Mario Batali – Carnevino, Palazzo
• Charlie Trotter – Restaurant Charlie by Charlie Trotter, Palazzo
• Thomas Keller – Bouchon, Venetian

Reservations are recommended for all restaurants.