Diners are busy searching out new superlatives to describe the just-opened At.mospheres in Dubai. Sitting 1,350 feet above the ground in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, it’s the highest restaurant in the world. But all its chef can talk about is how great his stove is. At.mosphere is located on the 122nd floor of the just-opened Burj Khalifa, a building that modestly defines itself as “The Center of Now.” Arriving guests are whooshed by elevator from street level to the 123rd ...
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