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Watch a Michelin-Starred Chef Explain His Sky-High Pop-Up Concept

Chef Stéphane Froidevaux on his insane Sky Diner.

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Here's a behind-the-scenes look at a scary chef stunt: Michelin-starred chef Stéphane Froidevaux talks about the idea behind Sky Diner, a pop-up restaurant that will open for one night in cable cars suspended 300-400 meters above the Alps. According to the Guardian, Froidevaux will cook from pop-up kitchens installed inside the two cars, and each of the 36 diners — chosen at random during a contest — will eat the truly ephemeral meal over the course of the 90-minute cable-car suspension. Froidevaux describes the suspended-dining experience as one as "in space, blasting off from earth, creating a certain harmony, a special universe under the stars — and for me, it's magic." Go, watch the concept unfold in the video below:

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