Two Belgian visionaries teamed up to create an elevated and glamorous dining experience.  Getting their start in 2006, Hakuna Matata, a communications agency specialized in gourmet indulgences, and The Fun Group, an amusement park installation group that specifically deals with deploying cranes, have organized more than 1,000 events in over 45 countries, including Australia, India, Dubai and has plans of expansion in the works. Dinner in the Sky hosted the Prince of Monaco, where he dined with France’s renowned chef Joël Robuchon—all from an altitude of 50 meters.

See pictures of diners having their meals amongst the clouds.

 

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Two Belgian visionaries teamed up to create an elevated and glamorous dining experience.  Getting their start in 2006, Hakuna Matata, a communications agency specialized in gourmet indulgences, and The Fun Group, an amusement park installation group that specifically deals with deploying cranes, have organized more than 1,000 events in...