You'll dine on top of the world this classy bar, lounge, and eatery—it's one of the lofiest open-air restaurants anywhere. Tables are set near the roof's edge for maximum effect; there are also comfy couches and low-lying tables at the adjacent Moon Bar if you prefer to come just for drinks. In spite of its name, the international menu here, which focuses on grilled seafood, is tasty, and the service is friendly. Due to its altitude, the restaurant frequently closes when there are high winds, so you should have a backup plan. It doesn't start serving food until 6:30 pm, but it's nice to come for a sunset drink and take in the stupendous views.