Sunday, December 12, 2010

Dinner With A View

Dinner at 80 feet in the air.
This pricey Mastro's Restaurant in a Las Vegas mall is modeled after a tree house.

Empty during the time I visited, it is only open during dinner hours.
Come back when it is open and enjoy your candlelight dinner with a view.

- Karen


Ryan said...

I can safely say this is the weirdest restaurant I've ever seen.

Joanne Olivieri said...

Wow, now that is cool. I love the abstract feel. Great shot.

rainfield61 said...

That is COOL, but must be expensive.

LifeRamblings said...

that looks unique. i don't think i've seen anything like that before.

lina said...

What a cool place!

I think it would be great if it's outdoors.;)

Anonymous said...

Nice architecture. It must be a real unique experience to eat in it.

Anonymous said...

impressive your photos !
This restaurant is truly original, a magnificent structure and it must be pleasant to eat here ! :))


fortuitous faery said...

wow, the restaurant itself is the view!

AVCr8teur said...

Ryan: I agree it is one of the weirdest. I am sure some are stranger, but I have yet to know about them.

Poetic Shutterbug: I guess it is fun for people to look in as well as patrons to look out.

Rainfield61: I saw the menu, but no prices. I can't eat at a place like that.

Life Ramblings: I guess uniqueness is one way to attract patrons.

Lina: I agree. It would be better than watching shoppers go by.

flutietootie: I wonder if you can feel the uniqueness once you are inside the restaurant.

Mahon: Thanks! I wonder if people inside will feel like fishes with people outside watching them eat.

fortuitous faery: You're right, but a little strange being inside a mall though.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic shots!