The popular event is taking place from this Thursday and has an exciting addition
Following high demand for tickets for Bristol in the Sky, Events in the Sky is proud to announce that this spectacular summer event taking place on Waterfront Square in Bristol will be extended for a further two days – Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th September 2017.
On Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th September, Bristol in the Sky will offer diners the opportunity to experience a sensational gastronomic dining experience at 100 feet in the air provided by: Breakfast Partner – Rosemarino; Lunch & Dinner Partners – Henry’s in Bath and Michelin-starred restaurant James Sommerin in Cardiff; Afternoon Partner – Lovett Pies; with cocktails from Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Bristol in the Sky has also announced Radisson Blu as its hotel partner. Radisson Blu is based in Bristol City Centre and offers beautiful Harbourside views.
Michael Weston, General Manager at Radisson Blu comments, ‘It’s a great privilege to be the accommodation partner for Dine in the Sky. Radisson Blu is renowned for its stylish, sophisticated and iconic hotels, and Dine in the Sky ticks all of those boxes, creating a fantastic new attraction for Bristol’s locals and visitors. We look forward to welcoming you to Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol.’
The full line-up for their breakfast, lunch and dinner sittings from 7th – 12th September (inclusive).
Rosemarino (7th-12th September)
Lunch & Dinner Partners
Romy’s Kitchen (Thursday 7th September)
Harvey Nichols, Second Floor restaurant (Friday 8th September)
Menu Gordon Jones (Bath) (Saturday 9th September)
Henry’s (Bath) (Sunday 10th September)
Henry’s (Bath) (Monday 11th September)
James Sommerin (Tuesday 12th September)
Swoon (Thursday 7th – Friday 10th September)
Lovett Pies (Monday 11th – Tuesday 12th September)
Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Thursday 7th – Friday 10th September)
Hotel Partner: Radisson Blu
James Sommerin, head chef and owner of the eponymous restaurant said: ‘I was honoured to be asked to take part in this exclusive event. I’m very excited and I’m sure it will be fantastic, but I am slightly nervous as I’m not a fan of heights!’
Restaurant James Sommerin opened in 2014 and has achieved numerous awards including a Michelin star in 2016, AA Restaurant of the Year – Wales 2016-2017, 3AA rosettes, Restaurant of the year 2016 for Wales at the Food Awards Wales and many others.
James and Louise pride themselves on being a family run business, with James heading up the kitchen, Louise front of house and their three girls never far away with Georgia, their eldest daughter, now working with James in the kitchen.
Dale Agar, Managing Director of Events in the Sky; ‘With the success of the Bristol in the Sky ticket sales so far, we’re delighted to be extending this gastronomic dining experience for two more days to offer the South West an opportunity to dine 100 feet in the air. Guests can enjoy a breathtaking dining experience with spectacular views of Bristol Harbour.’
Tickets for the extended dates are on sale on the Events in the Sky website.