An Unmissable Two Day Only ‘Dinner in the Sky’ Event in Mtskheta

Among the most extraordinary dining experiences in the world, successfully operating in 71 countries all over the globe over 13 years, Dinner in the Sky was launched in Georgia this May, offering an unforgettable fine dining experience in the sky, 50m off the ground, in an exclusive atmosphere together with a breathtaking view of the city and cuisine prepared by a top chef.

270 success events and over 5000 fully satisfied guests later, the Tbilisi Dinner in the Sky, a unique “flying restaurant” is going to offer guests something special in one of the oldest areas of Georgia and its former capital, Mtskheta on October 26-27. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its ancient culture and historical monuments, this fine dining experience in Mtskheta is a great opportunity for guests to enjoy a panoramic four-dimensional view of the area and its fancy surroundings; to soak up the exciting scenes of Jvari Monastery and the mountains embracing it; the confluence of two famous lovers, the rivers Argavi and Mtkvari; and the renowned Svetitkhoveli Cathedral, Bebris Tsikhe and Samtavro Monastery, all in one frame. If you haven’t yet tried a Dinner in the Sky event, check out their online videos [here and here] to get a taste of this exceptional experience.

The event will be located in Marani Hall where the artful chef of Marani will join guests at a height of 50 meters to prepare and serve dishes in the pop-up kitchen, and have a friendly chat with you about the characteristics of the exclusive menu, which consists of a cooking show in the Sky in front of the guests, a master class of Pelamushi making, a four-course fancy menu, and unlimited wine and beverages for each guest.

In a word, all Georgian pleasures- Georgian dishes, Georgian wines, and Georgian landscapes and ambiance, are now intertwined into this once-in-a-lifetime, extraordinary event that is not to be missed! Booking is available on the following link:

21 October 2019 18:09