Hold on to your knives, forks, specs, dresses - basically anything - as the restaurant concept returns for summer 2020, bringing its 100ft-high Sky Tables back to the prestigious O2 Arena.
London in the Sky, the unique open-air restaurant concept where guests dangle 100ft in the sky, is returning to South East London this summer for its 2020 season. From 1st May to 31st July, daring diners will have the chance to eat at Sky Tables suspended 100ft above the ground, whilst enjoying unparalleled views of the capital’s skyline for a truly unforgettable experience.
Guests at London in the Sky’s 22-seat tables can enjoy a range of specially-curated menus on one of eight flights a day, including breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, wine and cheese and dinner.
On top of these flights, London in the Sky is proud to announce the return of its highly-acclaimed Sunday Sessions - all-day parties with celebrity DJs, live musicians and cocktails in the sky - along with a varied calendar of themed events and one-off flights to be introduced throughout the season.
Now in its tenth year, London’s most talked-about dining experience has previously visited some of the capital’s most recognisable locations, including the Southbank and Tower Bridge. Summer 2020 marks its second season at the prestigious O2 Arena.
London in the Sky flights run between 8:30am and 20:30pm from 1st May - 31st July. Tickets start at £89 per person and corporate and group bookings are available. For more information and bookings, visit londoninthesky.co.uk.
The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX