The tallest, oldest, lowest, biggest, and most stunning restaurants in the world. Welcome to your new bucket list….
#1 Grotta Palazzese, Puglia – Italy
Breathe-taking views of the Adriatic sea, a perfect summer breeze and world class dining – the only thing the Grotta Palazzese is missing is four walls. The stunning restaurant in Polignano a Mare in Southern Italy was built inside a cave centuries ago, allowing for one of the world’s most unique dining experiences.
#2 El Diablo Restaurant
Eat inside a volcano at The El Diablo Restaurant with a barbeque pin in the center that sits on top of an active volcano. The restaurant sits on top of the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) on the Lanzarote Island off the coast of Spain.
#3 Stiftskeller St.Peter
A restaurant within the monastery walls of St. Peter’s Archabbey, Salzburg, claiming to be the oldest inn in Central Europe, based on a document mentioning it in 803 AD. Stiftskeller St. Peter is known to be the oldest continuously operating restaurant and inn on the Earth, and its website states “Genuine Salzburg hospitality for over 1200 years”.
#4 Dinner in The Sky
Dinner in the Sky is a unique event meant for anyone who wishes to transform an ordinary meal or meeting into a magical moment that will leave a lasting impression on their guests! Breakfast in the sky, lunch in the sky, cocktails in the sky, meeting in the sky, internet café in the sky… there is no limit to your imagination.
#5 Gaststube at frmr Chacaltaya ski resort chalet
#6 Moevenpick Resort & Spa
At 1,350 feet below sea level, this is officially the lowest business serving food. The 5-star Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea is found in a traditional village setting nestled among lush gardens. The resort is set on the northern shores of the Dead Sea, at the lowest point on earth.
#7 At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa
#8 Altitude – Aiguille du Midi (French Alps)
At 12,605 feet in the air, the Aiguille du Midi is possibly the most famous spot in the French Alps. Every day there are more than 2 million visitors – ordinary tourists, mountaineers, snowboarders and other outdoor enthusiasts.
#9 Damascus Gate, Syria
With over 6,000 seats and 1,800+ staff members, the restaurant inside the Damascus Gate is officially the worlds largest restaurant. The gate is one of the main entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem, it was built in 1537 under the rule of Suleiman the Magnificent, the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.
#10 Tali Wiru, Australia
‘Tali Wiru’, meaning beautiful dune in local Anangu language, is an open-air restaurant under the Southern Australian Desert sky, with magnificent views of Uluru and the distant domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).