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Extreme Dining In The Sky – Las Vegas – Food & Restaurants – on

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“When it comes to Las Vegas dining the skys the limit, literally. Dinner in the Sky offers an extreme dining experience by suspending its hungry patrons more than 160 feet above ground. Diners are seated around a large table and safely secured in their seats before a crane lifts the dining platform up into the air for a stunning panoramic view of The Las Vegas Strip and surrounding desert. Before liftoff, guests can mingle in the Sky Lounge, sip Champagne and nibble on some hors doeuvres. Diners have the option to book a table for a group or join one of the regularly scheduled flights, which are listed on the Web site.

The Menu: A choice of two entrées includes the Take It to the Top, filet medallions with bordelaise sauce sautéed in mushrooms, or the Sky Chicken, a baked chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto, artichokes and gorgonzola cheese. Vegetarian options are available upon request. Desserts and hors doeuvres are chefs choice and promise a tasty beginning and end to your meal.

The Must-Have: The red carpet VIP reception includes a drink and a photo that shows you looking like a celebrity about to hop on your private magic carpet ride for dinner. For extra pampering and a mere $20, you can arrange for hotel pick-up and drop-off. ”

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Harbor East | Baltimore, MD 21202 Apartments

Baltimore Luxury Apartments for Rent | Promenade at Harbor East, Spinnaker Bay, & 850 Aliceanna
The Bozzuto Group

The Promenade at Harbor East, Spinnaker Bay, and 850 Aliceanna
707 President St
Baltimore, MD 21202
(888) 676-8360

Harbor East Living

Coming Soon! FREE bus service every 10 minutes from Harbor East to work, shopping, restaurants, attractions, transit hubs and parking facilities in Downtown Baltimore.

There’s a reason Harbor East has become Baltimore’s most sought-after neighborhood. Featuring incredible new stores and restaurants, and just a short walk to Fells Point, the Inner Harbor and Downtown, Harbor East is the city’s new urban center.

In Harbor East, exciting shopping and sparkling water views combine to create one of Baltimore’s most beautiful places to live. Stroll around the harbor and explore the vibrant streets. Walk out your front door to shop at name-brand retailers such as South Moon Under, Benjamin Lovell Shoes and Gaines McHale Antiques & Home or dine at area favorites Oceanaire, Lebanese Taverna and James Joyce. It’s all right here.

At Promenade, you will appreciate the convenience of first class shopping and restaurants, all just steps away. Treat yourself to Whole Foods Market and Bin 604. Dine at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Charleston. Explore Little Italy or walk a few blocks east to the exciting nightlife and neighborhood charms of Fells Point.

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Best wine Shop in Clark Philippines – YATS Wine Cellars has most expensive wine in Philippines

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Angeles city/Clark Freeport finally gets its real fine-dining restaurant called Yats Restaurant and Wine Bar. This will reduce the need for tourists to make a long journey to Manila to wine and dine.

Angeles is no longer a place for just cheap beer and fast action. It is filled with high-rollers, movers and shakers in the fast-pace world of business. Along with that, clients demand something more than just meat or fish on their plates when they either dine for pleasure or for business entertainment. Yats Leisure threw its hat into the pot with their luxurious fine-dining Yats Restaurant and Wine Bar serving not only gourmet French Mediterranean cuisine prepared by English chef Philip Golding, the wine list is even more staggering, as Dutch restaurant manager Bastiaan Van de Walle explained to us.

First there are several walk-in cellars. The main cellar that houses all the greatest wines dating back to the late 1890s is not open for visits without personal approval and tour-guiding by Chef and GM Golding himself. The greatest wines of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone, Napa, Sauternes, Spain, Tuscany and Piedmonte are all present here not to mention the Grange too along with some 30 vintages of Dom Perignon.

There are many pric fixe gourmet menus to choose from, one 6-course dinner looks like this:

Pan seared Foie gras

Expresso of parsnip and parmesan cheese soup

Kangaroo cutlet served with a light saffron risotto wrapped in French Savoy Cabbage

Sorbet of Champagne

Wagyu Skirt Steak served over a bed of polenta with Brussels Sprouts

A selection of cheese with a glass of Colheita Vintage Port

Wine Bar and Wine Lounge

The Magnum Room wine lounge is an excellent venue for those who are accustomed to enjoying a night cap after dinner in a wine bar. Aside from port and dessert wine, Magnum Room offers a wide range of Single malt, Cognac, Armagnac, Calvados, Sherry, Banyuls, Vin Santo and other liquor.

Getting there

How to get to this fine-dining restaurant in Clark Philippines? Once you get to Clark Freeport, go straight until you hit Mimosa. After you enter Mimosa, stay on the left on Mimosa Drive, go past the Holiday Inn and Yats Restaurant (green top, independent 1-storey structure) is on your left. Just past the Yats Restaurant is the London Pub.

For more information about YATS Restaurant and Wine Lounge, please visit, email or call these numbers: (045) 599-5600 (632) 584-4085 0922-870-5178 0917-520-4401.

Manila Sales Office

3003C East Tower, Phil Stock Exchange Center,

Exchange Rd Ortigas Metro Manila, Philippines 1605

(632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393 Rea or Chay

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Armani Restaurant – NYC –

Giorgio Armani collaborated with the architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas to design the 5,200-square-foot restaurant and bar, which offers a stunning view overlooking Fifth Avenue. The multi-level store was conceived as a single, fluid space brought together by a central staircase. The restaurants beige walls, black floors and ceilings, and metal throughout combine to provide a glossy feel that evokes movement. Special attention has also been paid to the lighting which appears invisible and creates a theatrical mood. The hidden lighting emphasizes the use of curves, a consistent feature found throughout the restaurant and store.

Armani /Ristorante 5th Avenue is open for lunch and dinner daily until 11 p.m. Monday-Saturday and until 5 p.m. on Sunday, with lunch service beginning at 11:30 a.m. With a menu evocative of Mr. Armanis simple yet elegant aesthetic and a location in the heart of one of the worlds premier shopping districts, Armani / Ristorante 5th Avenue will offer guests authentic Italian cuisine in a welcoming and relaxed setting.

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THE MOST EXPENSIVE DESSERT: The $1000 Golden Opulence // Serendipity 3


The ultimate in creamy decadence, the Golden Opulence Sundae at Serendipity 3 lavishes you with some of the finest things in life. At the astounding price of $1,000 per sundae, this treat holds the record as the Guiness Book of World Record’s most expensive sundae. No doubt, if you order this, you will impress all those around.


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Visit Portugal: 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Portugal

The Best & Worst of Visiting Portugal
Hate #1. The Eating Times: Portuguese restaurants close their kitchens from 3PM until 7 or 8PM each day. That means if you get peckish for Porco Preto or salivating for Sardines at 5 or 6PM you are out of luck. You can get small snacks and the fast food joints are open, but the traditional fair is not available. This will really upset you traveling while you are in Portugal especially if you have kids with early bed times.
Hate#2. Paying for Bread and Olives: This is just an annoyance you may notice on paying your bill at a restaurant. The tasty looking bread, olives, BUTTER, sardine paste, cheese, ham, etc You have to pay for each of them separately. Yes, that means that pad of butter your dad wants to eat costs him something more. And if you are looking at the cheese and ham realize that they will cost more than your actual meal.
Hate#3. Drug Dealers in Lisbon: This is something even the locales hate. Drug dealers on the pedestrian streets and in the bar districts asking everyone and anyone to buy hashish or worse. They come up regardless of the time of day or people you are with. I have been asked for drugs while I was pushing my son around in his stroller (he was 3 at the time), and my mom (grandma) was offered drugs as well. Just say no and be forceful with it as they will follow you and ask you again and again.
Hate #4. Portuguese Drivers: My Portuguese friends like to tell me there is a little rally driver in each Portuguese. The problem is that means the roads are quite dangerous and that includes the sidewalk. Walk around Porto or Lisbon and you will see. Especially scary for parents with small children.
Hate # 5. Service: Now, not all service is bad in Portugal, if you find a family run restaurant (tasca) or store you will be pleasantly surprised. But the chain stores and restaurants have service that will turn you off of shopping. So, be prepared. The minimum wage is only about 450 euros per month, so that may explain a bit.

And then there are things you will love about Portugal.
Love #1. It is Cheap!! Comparing to any other western and some eastern European countries Portugal is extremely affordable. Whether it is eating out, public transport or drinking your wallet will love your visit to Portugal almost as much as you will!
Love #2. Wine and Food. Portuguese wine is amazing and affordable, if you want to learn how to love wine Portugal has them all, great reds and whites, their green wine (young white) is to die for and of course the world famous Port Wine from Porto. The food here is great as well, whether it is the great selection of seafood or pork or sweets Portuguese food is dang tasty!
Love #3. Nice People: Portugal has amazing people and when you get to know them they become even more affable and friendly. They will invite you to their home or even their grandmas village just to show you a good time in their country. They will let you know the best restaurants and are glad to share. Amazing people.
Love #4. They Speak English. Portuguese are great at English, not only do a majority of the youth (under 40) speak it, they speak it well. And even over 40 you will find a lot of older people that tourist will be in contact with will speak at least workable English. This is helpful regardless of where you are from as English is the international language.
Love #5. The Country. You will love the sites, the history, the everything about Portugal. There is so much to see and do and I just do not have enough space here to write or time on video to explain, but believe me whether it is surfing in Sagres, hiking in the Serra da Estrela, Celebrating Santos in Lisbon, Portugal will be a great trip you will remember forever.

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Expensive and Strange Korean lunch

This is what happens when you go to Insa-Dong in Seoul and don’t really know what you are ordering. You come out with 40,000 won per person meals consisting of all kinds of strange things.

*What my sister is eating is called ojingo in Korean, and I didn’t, at the time, know the English word. It’s cuttlefish.*

I love my family.

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Cheap Hotel Rooms – Tune A cheap hotel stay option for all

In this video, we explain how everyone can get really cheap hotel stays with our booking system. Choose cheap hotel stays that best suit your needs in a location of your choice. When guests book their stays with Tune via the internet, they will save their money during their travel. Tune is the clear choice when it comes to cheap hotel stays.

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West Hampstead – Transport, Shops, Pubs, Restaurants, Property in London NW6

Paramount Properties are north west London estate and lettings agents with offices in West End Lane, West Hampstead, Paramount Properties specialisise in Property Sales, Property Lettings, Property Management, Property Investments & Commercial Property Sales in Belsize Park, Brondesbury, Childs Hill, Cricklewood, Fortune Green, Highgate, Hampstead, Hampstead Village, Hocroft Estate, Little Venice, Kensal Rise, Kilburn, Maida Vale, Mapesbury Estate, Queens Park, St. John’s Wood, South Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, West Hampstead and Willesden Green

For more information on living in West Hampstead visit our website at or our blog at

Paramount Properties are Members of the Association of Residential Lettings Agents and the National Association of Estate Agents and offer residential and commercial properties for sale and to rent in the North West London Boroughs of of Barnet, Brent and Camden

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