Men love to eat. The ultimate gentlemen? He dines in style. For this very reason, we’ve scoured the world to find ten of the most stylish eateries to feast both your eyes and your bellies. Loosen those belts, fellas.
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The Maldives is famous for a lot of things. An underwater restaurant is one of the latest. Set two metres under sea level, the small eatery provides a stunning view of the marine wildlife whilst you eat...marine wildlife. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience even if it is on the pricier side.
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The bad news first: The Redwoods restaurant isn't open for casual dining and there's a $3,000 booking fee for the venue. Still, if there was a wedding to plan, this would be one memorable venue to hire out. No man can say no to fine architecture amongst Mother Nature.
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This stunning eatery is set on a cliff which overlooks Italy's Adriatic Sea. The restaurant itself is set within a cave with the ocean crashing perilously close to your grub. Cool because you don't need to ask for salt.
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This French eatery has its guests seated amidst the snowy mountains of Mont Blanc. Le Panoramic is open for lunch and light meals. It serves a mean lineup of Savoyarde food as well as pasta, soup, steak and foie gras.
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This is high-end dining in one of the Big Apple's most scenic points. The Asian-American fusion restaurant is perched high on the 35th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and comes with uninterrupted views of Trump's office. The food makes up for it.
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When your mode of access to this grand restaurant in New Zealand's Queenstown is via gondola, you know it's something special. This is a five star restaurant so your grub is guaranteed to be as good as the views of sheep. There's also outdoor seating and the luge and snow is also great fun up there.
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Hidden away in the limestone caves of Krabi in Thailand is this beautiful and exotic dining space which makes the most out of its natural surrounds. Expect fresh BBQ seafood, light snacks, great desserts and a romantic setting fit for a proposal.
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Holding the record as the highest open-air bar in the world, Sirocco located in Bangkok has featured in such films as The Hangover 2. The drinks and views cannot be faulted, but be prepared to pay a hefty price for it.
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Another entry from the picturesque waters of the Maldives takes the seafood service quite literally. Be in awe of the ocean as you dine amongst 360 degree views of passing fish, turtles and sharks. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant does a mean seafood menu fit for any five star hotel.
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With a name like Vertigo Bar, you know you better have your fear of heights in check. It's situated on the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree hotel in Bangkok. The restaurant serves excellent imported steaks, lambs and seafood.