Dinner in the Sky, which, according to their website, has criss-crossed the skies of 45 countries, celebrates its third anniversary in Mexico with the world-renowned chef Massimo Bottura, owner of the Osteria Francescana, voted the world’s best restaurant by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
Only 88 lucky people will get to enjoy this unique experience 150 feet over the skies of Teotihuacán.
Patrons will enjoy the approximately 90-minute elaborate meal prepared by Chef Massimo Bottura himself and a team of chefs from several of Mexico’s most prestigious restaurants.
Dinner in the Sky started in Belgium in 2006, and began its adventurous concept in Mexico City in 2013.
Although the opportunity to dine with the world-renowned chef has sold out, Dinner in the Sky offers several events throughout the year in Mexico.
For more information, visit: http://dinnerinthesky.com.mx/
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