Comment on Facebook Grottos to Game of Thrones: 16 Jaw-Dropping Restaurants
You’ll have a hard time chewing with your mouth closed as you dine at these incredible jaw-dropping establishments around the world, from a hanging cliffside restaurant in China to a cantilevered overlook at a ski resort in France. Dangling from a crane, the table is entirely open-air, so you’d better not be afraid of heights. Expect to pay at least $120 for lunch as a hotel guest – and you’d better have a reservation. Forget minding your manners, because whether you’re at a slightly silly theme restaurant that feels like being dropped into Game of Thrones or an all-white cafe decorated with 10,000 bones, you won’t be able to help gawking at your surroundings. Dinner packages typically start at around $300 per person. You pay a flat fee to enter, watch the show, feast on all you can eat, and enjoy two large drinks. The restaurant is attached to a church converted to a museum, and located in an area with some of the richest biodiversity in the world. Restaurant in the Sky
The traveling ‘Dinner in the Sky‘ restaurant brings a 29-foot table seating 22 people to stunning locations all over the world, suspending diners hundreds of feet above the ground. Medieval Tavern Brabant, Prague, Czech Republic
You could go to Tavern Brabant for the somewhat silly historical medieval show, or just to gawp at the surroundings and pretend like you’re in Game of Thrones. Only a few inches of water stream over the artificial waterfall, making it safe to walk right up to it and lean against it if you so desire, so guests often mix their dining experience with water play. The restaurant is accessed via a spiral staircase descending from a pavilion at the end of a jetty. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Rangali Island, Maldives
The world’s first all-glass undersea restaurant sits 16 feet beneath the surface of the sea just off Maldives, offering a 270-degree view of a coral reef.