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His world-renowned sushi bar is tucked inside a Tokyo subway station. Before fast-food restaurants and supermarkets, dinner sometimes came courtesy of daring exploits. Hunters bagged big game, foragers played hide and seek, and farmers often Seeking dinner company to wrestle the main course. Now that the thrill of the hunt has mostly been replaced by the era of the Google search, those who still want dinner with a side of adventure have fewer options.

In the western part of Finnish Lapland is an icy confection of a resort known as Snow Village. Open December through first melt generally in mid-AprilSnow Village is a fantasy land of ice sculptures, built for sliding — and even sleeping in. In SnowHotel, guests sleep in crystalline igloos in arctic-grade sleeping bags on ice-block beds. There's even an ice chapel, specializing in winter wonderland weddings. At the heart of it all is Ice Barserving Lappish food. The cuisine of Lapland, appropriately enough for such a seasonally specific restaurant, takes its cues from nature.

That often means dining on reindeer, which inhabit the coniferous forests of the region. It also means cloudberries, smoked meat and cold-water fish like Arctic char. All furniture inside the restaurant is made from ice and covered with furs and wooden mats to protect the posteriors of diners and preserve the integrity of the ice.

For example, all dishes are served on wooden plates. And, since the restaurant is so cold, drinks can be served in glasses made entirely of ice and drinks which don't contain alcohol are always in danger of freezing. Such extreme temperatures beg the question: how does one dress for such an experience? At Snow Village, comfort trumps fashion. In Tokyo, Japan, there's a restaurant that defies explanation.

Sukiyabashi Jiro is a tiny sushi bar with only 10 seats. It's run by Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the greatest sushi chef in the world. The year-old Michelin Guide in awarded Sukiyabishi Jiro three Michelin stars, a distinction only 68 restaurants in the world could boast at the time. Jiro is the Seeking dinner company — and, at 87, t he oldest — sushi chef in the world to receive such high praise.

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Some people like their steak served with an air of secrecy. While making reservations, Vernon's guests are armed with a password and directions to a nondescript shopping center in Los Ranchos village. Below a advertising "Los Ranchos Liquors" is a black door, locked from the inside and marked only by a red light.

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You knock three times on the door and divulge the password to gain entry, s speakeasy style. Behind the door is a sort of steakhouse purgatory, where an intimidating "goomba" runs down rather reasonable house rules, including turning off cell phones.

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After that, it's a relatively smooth transition to traditional steakhouse dining in a darkened, swanky room. The secrecy doesn't end there.

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According to Minda Harrell, operations director for the restaurant, there's even a VIP lounge hidden within the restaurant, accessed by a biometric thumb reader. Arguably the ultimate in daring dining is Dinner in the Skyan experience not for those with acrophobia.

The Brussels, Belgium-based moveable feast hoists by crane a dinner table, along with staff and strapped-in diners, feet in the air. David Ghysels, creator and owner of the concept, says few diners have developed a late-onset fear of heights. Ghysels says the most unusual event took place in Beirut, Lebanon. A table was hoisted over the Mediterranean, where a little blue fishing boat passed Seeking dinner company, carrying an opera singer who serenaded the 22 guests.

Despite the high-altitude dining, Ghysels says no plates or champagne flutes have ever flown overboard. To be on the even safer side, Ghysel says Dinner in the Sky doesn't operate in wind above four knots. This Dinner in the Sky meal was enjoyed feet above Amiens, just north of Paris. Everything at the Ice Bar in Finland — tables, seats, even cups — is made out of ice. Adventure-seeking patrons strap in for a crane-hoisted Dinner in the Sky Photo Credit:. Here are four places to eat when a craving for daring dining strikes And his restaurant in located in a subway station.

Behind an Unmarked Door Some people like their steak served with an air of secrecy.

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Clearly, all the exclusivity isn't scaring away diners. Suspended in the Air Arguably the ultimate in daring dining is Dinner in the Skyan experience not for those with acrophobia. Related Items. Back Back. The Conversation.

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