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Dinners in the Sky; State Bird Provisions Expanding

Dinner in the Sky rendering.
Dinner in the Sky rendering.
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LAS VEGAS — If having dinner while strapped to your seat and suspended 180 feet in the air is your idea of a good time, you'd best make reservations now for the "late summer" revival of Dinner in the Sky. Because that's exactly what you'll get for $290 a head: Three courses with wine pairings, souvenir photo and potentially great discomfort for one hour. [Eater Vegas]

SAN FRANCISCO — Husband-and-wife chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski are expanding State Bird Provisions through the empty space between the restaurant and their upcoming project, The Progress. The former restaurant will gain "about 12 seats," and be closed "for several weeks" following service August 10 for the remodel. [Inside Scoop SF]

LONDON — Chef-restaurateur Jason Atherton will be opening the 120-seat, aptly named Berners Tavern inside of the Edition hotel on Berners Street. It will be the fourth restaurant Atherton has opened this year, and his 10th restaurant worldwide. [Caterer and Hotelkeeper]

NEW YORK CITYSignage appeared today outside chef Michael White and barman Eben Freeman's forthcoming Wisconsin supper club concept, The Butterfly. Aside from "classic and creative" cocktails, the restaurant will be offering comfort foods like fried chicken and bow tie pasta. [Eater NY]

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