If the sound of stunning meals 17 meters off the ground, with nothing but a harness, is your idea of a head-turner? Then adrenaline junkies, make your way to Queensland's latest foodie adventure, Vertigo, suspended above Brisbane Powerhouse.
No, it's not a bird... or a plane, but Vertigo is touted as the city’s first vertical restaurant and let’s just say this hot new opening has got tongues wagging (and stomachs rumbling). Here, you'll get the chance to enjoy a delicious, locally sourced two-course menu from the aptly named Bar Alto. Better yet, the views you’ll see from your seat are immense.
For pretty obvious reasons, you’ll have to prove you're sober before hopping in the lift but your meal is paired with a glass of wine, perfectly matched by expert sommeliers. For a fitting finale to your experience? Diners can choose to abseil down back to terra firma.
Living life on the edge never tasted so good.
Vertigo can be found at Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland 4005. It costs $250 per person and is due to open on Thursday 12th October. Get your fix of the best rooftops this way, plus add your email here for future Brisbane updates.