Dinner in the Sky coming to Pakistan by Ali Atara


Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based novelty restaurant service, which uses a crane to hoist its diners, table, and waiting staff up-to 223 feet high into the air. Forbes magazine called it “one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants.”

This most amazing ‘floating’ restaurant; “Dinner in the Sky” is now coming to Pakistan by a well-known businessmen Mr. Ali Atara by the name of “Dinner in the sky Pakistan” who’s basic idea for bringing this here is that the city dwellers of this beloved land can feel the breeze up in the sky on this exceptionally designed suspended restaurant and experience mouthwatering cuisines prepared by top chefs from Pakistan.

The Co-Founder of this “Billion Dollar Idea” as quoted by Forbes magazine Mr. Stefan Joan, has footprint of his ‘dinner in the sky’ in more than 62 countries around the globe, had decided through their DITS headquarters to make Pakistan, the 63rd official partner and joined hands with Mr. Ali Atara for this venture.

Mr. Stefan Joan and technical head Mr. Fredericus Christianus had specially flown in from Belgian to make this an “exclusive and beyond Ordinaray” a headliner by the New York times and to meet the press to formally announce Dinner in the sky’ presence soon, for the first time in the city of lights.

One of the Main agenda of this conference is to launch their official website and official social media hashtag and pages, so the “enthusiasts” can exactly know where and how to find the right “Dinner in the Sky Pakistan by Ali Atara”.

The Event, PR & Media Management was done by Asif Nicky @ Creative Executions whereas Digital PR was handled by Moiz Kazmi @ MK Digital Event  which was not only attended by Press, Media & bloggers, including celebrities Nadia Hussain, Azfar Rehman, Kiran Khan, Omer Shahzad and others but also selves from the Corporate sector were among the guests.


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