The table, which is suspended 100 feet in the air, higher than the Angel of the North, will be dominating the NewcastleGateshead Quayside above Gateshead’s Performance Square, from 12th – 15th May, with flights available for breakfast, afternoon tea, pie in the sky, lunch, evening dinner and night cap.
Allowing as many people as possible the opportunity to sample sky high dining, Dine by the Tyne will operate a four day popup restaurant from this Thursday, 12th May with some of the best chefs in the North East, as well as wine and champagne sponsor Bonbar there to start off your flight in style, before heading up for a once in a life time experience, captured by photographer Kevin Guest from Spotlight Photography.
The sky table has appeared in European cities like London, Brussels and Amiens, with Newcastle/Gateshead now on the top of list, offering diners the chance to enjoy fine food with views of the River Tyne, Newcastle and Gateshead, over the next four days.
With flights continuing until Sunday 15th May 2016 including OMNI Café, River Beat, Sachins, Hawthorns, Peace & Loaf, Redhouse, The Gin Bar, MPW Steakhouse Bar & Grill and Browns, there is plenty available for sky high dining. There will also be facilities to purchase tickets on site, so you’re not too late to grab yours.
If you are heading down the Quayside for a last minute Dine by the Tyne experience you must allow 45 minutes before the flight time for the safety briefing, or if you would prefer to book a limited place on the table visit: www.eventsinthesky.co.uk.
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