Four years ago, a Belgian company took gastronomy to new heights, raising themselves above the competition some 165 feet to be exact. The roving Dinner in the Sky project hoists diners seated around a table with a 130-ton crane. With swivel chairs that lean back over the city below, it's definitely not for the acrophobic. But for those who can stomach the view, some of the world's most famous chefs have prepared meals while dangling above the cityscape, including three-star Michelin chef Alain Passard who cooked a meal right in front of the famous Amiens Cathedral. Though cooking that involves an open flame is done on the ground, a space in the center of the table can hold up to three chefs who make the finishing touches in the air. A Dinner in the Sky is available in more than 30 countries, and though costs vary greatly, a meal does not come cheap. For a meal directed by Joël Robuchon over the skies of Monaco in July of this year, you'll need to shell out over $1,200. Now that's hair-raising.