David Coffer

Sky-high dining on the rise

Skyscrapers are becoming increasingly popular locations for restaurants around the globe.

In the mid-1990s the tallest skyscrapers contained mostly office space. Today, however, they’re also home to a range of impressive restaurants, hotels and retail concepts.

I want to examine the most inspired restaurant concepts from the burgeoning high-altitude dining sector to show how they not only are offering fine-dining experiences for the mega-wealthy corporate audience, but how they also are harnessing global food trends to ensure they are recognized as much for the

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