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Aug 24, 2012
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If you are ever visiting the Seattle Space needle and have a lot flex in your spending budget, try and visit the revolving restaurant they have at the top of the tower. It rotates slowly so that you get to see the whole 360 degree view of Seattle from the Space Needle while enjoying a delicious meal. They also serve the most fantastic ice cream sundae called the Lunar Orbiter where they put about two scoops of chocolate ice cream in a small cup and place that cup into a larger bowl that has already been filled with dry ice. Then, right as they bring it to your table, they pour warm water into the larger bowl and make the dry ice steam everywhere, making the craziest, most out-of-this-world ice cream sundae ever. Fair warning though, the SkyCity restaurant costs quite a bit, so if you’re not up to spending thirty-six dollars on a salad or eating a tiny kid’s menu item(like I did), you can always go for the cheaper alternative upstairs, the SkyCity cafe, which isn’t as fancy and doesn’t revolve, but you still get a great view :)

If you are ever visiting the Seattle Space needle and have a lot flex in your spending budget, try and visit the revolving restaurant they have at the top of the tower. It rotates slowly so that you get to see the whole 360 degree view of Seattle from the Space Needle while enjoying a delicious meal. They also serve the most fantastic ice cream sundae called the Lunar Orbiter where they put about two scoops of chocolate ice cream in a small cup and place that cup into a larger bowl that has already been filled with dry ice. Then, right as they bring it to your table, they pour warm water into the larger bowl and make the dry ice steam everywhere, making the craziest, most out-of-this-world ice cream sundae ever. Fair warning though, the SkyCity restaurant costs quite a bit, so if you’re not up to spending thirty-six dollars on a salad or eating a tiny kid’s menu item(like I did), you can always go for the cheaper alternative upstairs, the SkyCity cafe, which isn’t as fancy and doesn’t revolve, but you still get a great view :)