By Adio B. Royster

If you’re looking for a one of a kind experience, Dubai, one of the seven United Arab Emirates supplies a bevy of unique life occurrences that help you one up your friends.

In an effort to break even more records, Emaar Hospitality Group (EHG) has announced plans to open an new restaurant that will be billed as the highest restaurant in the world.

At 828 meters (2,717 feet), the Burj Khalifa in Dubai has the famous distinction (or infamous distinction if you’re an acrophobiac) of being the tallest building in the world, and EHG looks to capitalize.

The new restaurant, called “Atmosphere”, will be on the 122-nd floor of the Burj Khalifa, which is already home to the first Armani Hotel – the hotel chain built in corporation with Italian fashion machine Armani.

The concept of the restaurant will be a grill room with a considerable lounge area that will offer lunch, afternoon, pre-dinner adult beverages and dinner.

Atmosphere will be designed by Adam Tihany who is responsible for Bouchon Beverly Hills, Aureole and La Fonda Del Sol in New York.

How would you like to bring that up to people in a crowd?

“Oh, you went to that new restaurant in Paris. That’s great. The last time I ate dinner, I was 2,800 feet in the air.”

Who is going to look more impressive after that exchange?