Be part of the 1950’s jet set and dine like an air passenger of the time! The 1950’s was the golden age of air travel – the very epitome of glamour, with food somewhat better than your average airline meal today.
Cousins Anna, Ollie, Will and Ed Templeton say Mile High will replicate the glitz of an airplane city break in that bygone era in a series of pop up restaurants in secret locations across West London.
The concept is simple – represent the food and culture of four chosen ‘destinations’. Guests will be greeted by ‘Pan-Am style’ air hostesses, who will welcome them into the ‘departure lounge’ with Campari cocktails and gourmet bar snacks, prior to ‘boarding’ the dining room for a four-course meal.
Mile High’s first destination will be Gothenburg in March, where dishes will include combinations of Swedish staples including crayfish, brown shrimp, smoked bacon and delicacies like Lingonberry ice cream.
The first event takes place between 13th – 16th March and 20th – 23rd March, with a four-course dinner costing £65. Drink only tickets cost £15. Book at www.dinemilehigh.com