If you're going to visit Toronto this summer, be sure to save at least one morning free to eat a croissant dangling 35 metres above the city's nexus at Yonge and Dundas Square.
When we first featured "Dinner in the Sky", an innovative entertainment approach that hoists dinner companions 30 to 40 metres in the air, it was a brand new installation in the UK. At the time, it was unsure if it would be successful, but as proven by the fact that it's now made its way across the world to Toronto, I'd say they must have come up with a hot concept! The Canadian spin on it is offering "Breakfast in the Sky," complete with champagne and orange juice, at Yonge and Dundas Square.
Check out the video which showcases the feature at Toronto's Summerlicious event which runs from July 4-20.
Breakfast in the Sky
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