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There's nothing wrong with dining at your favorite spot time and time again, but the excitement fades once you’ve tried everything on the menu. If you want to beat the routine and go beyond the basics of dining out, there are some once-in-a-lifetime dining experiences that will surely tip the scales.

3. Dinner in the Sky
2800 West Sahara
Las Vegas, NV

Fridays and Saturdays. Hours vary.

Suspended over 160 feet in the air, this unique dining experience is sure to heighten your senses. Diners sit at a 22-person Sky Table in fully-secured racing-style seats that rotate 180 degrees, so that they can fully admire the breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline. Dinner options include filet mignon or chicken. Each diner, or passenger, will also receive a complimentary cocktail, hors devours, a champagne toast and a souvenir photo. The whole experience will cost you $169 per person or $199 for the sunset dinner.

2. B.E.D. Miami
929 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL
(305) 532-9070

8 p.m. - 5 a.m. (Monday – Saturday)
11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Sunday)
8 p.m. - 3 a.m. (Sunday)

Forget breakfast in bed. In Miami, one restaurant is taking it one step further. At B.E.D. your table actually is a bed and your waiter comes to serve you in it. Diners at this eclectic restaurant are treated to contemporary French food while relaxing atop large mattresses covered in mountains of pillows and hidden by their personal bed’s billowing drapes.

1. V Lounge
2020 Wilshire Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA
(310) 829-1933

Hours: Fridays and Saturdays. Call for specific hours.

Imagine what it would be like to trade your sight in exchange for a heightened sense of taste, smell, touch and hearing—just for a few hours. Opaque, a group that hosts a dining experience known as dining in the dark, lets its diners do just that. Hosted at the V Lounge in Santa Monica, Opaque seats diners in a pitch-black room where they are guided and served by blind or visually impaired individuals that have been specifically trained to offer guidance and reassurance to guests while serving meals in the dark.

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