19 of the most unique restaurants around the world
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Who wouldn't want to have dinner in the sky?
Phrases like "adventurous eating" and "dinner with a view" will take on new meanings after you see these restaurants.
From an underwater dining room to a restaurant made entirely out of ice, these places offer both amazing food and impressive views.
Keep reading to see the 19 most unique restaurants in the world.
Most restaurants in the Maldives offer a great view, but Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is underwater.
Everything is made of snow or ice at the Snow Castle Restaurant in Finland.
Dinner at the Grotto in Thailand isn't you're average meal on the beach.
The Safe House in Milwaukee takes the average game night to the next level.
The only way for diners to get to this Queenstown, New Zealand, restaurant is to take a gondola lift ride.
This dining area in New York City sits behind a 35-ton vault door.
Instead of having dinner at a restaurant with a view of the Eiffel Tower, why not eat at a restaurant in the Eiffel Tower?
Eating while perched in a tree is more comfortable than you would think at Soneva Kiri.
A meal at El Tovar Lodge in Grand Canyon National Park takes the tourist destination to the next level.
You'll find the restaurant Vertigo 61 floors above Bangkok.
Adventure seekers will love eating a luxury meal while suspended from a crane at Dinner in the Sky.
Watch the sunset by the Aegean Sea from the patio of Remvi Restaurant in Santorini, Greece.
If you find yourself in Moscow, stop by the White Rabbit for 180-degree views of the city you can't get anywhere else.
On the border of France and Switzerland, Le Panoramic sits atop a mountain.
People have eaten in this cave since the 1700s.
At this Australian wilderness lodge, guests can overlook the beautiful Mary River National Park.
The restaurant 6.8 Palopó sits in the hills of Guatemala.
This cafe in Beijing — called Central Perk — is the closest "Friends" fans can get to the iconic series.
Cruise up Dubai creek while enjoying a meal on one of these glass-covered boats.