High-flying dining in Brussels adapts amid COVID-19

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    The world is at your feet at Belgium’s “Dinner in the Sky.” Towering 50 meters above ground, guests can enjoy their dinner safely in line with COVID-19 restrictions. The high-flying dining experience will continue in Brussels until October. #Entertainment #Brussels #Dining

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