The preferred concert seating company, specializing in premium VIP packages and rare access to your favorite musical artists, can probably help you get that special moment with Gene Simmons you've been waiting for all these years.
You can get the "private room" VIP treatment with great city views at any lofty restaurant worth its African salt-crusted sea bass.
But for the real gravity-defying haute dining experience you have to lose the walls, the floor and the windows and do Dinner in the Sky -- a singular multicourse dining adventure that seats you and your closest 21 VIP friends or business associates at a table suspended up to 18 stories high by a specialized crane and equipment.
Developed by Europe-based Events in the Sky, the U.S.-authorized experience can be set up in virtually any 100-foot by 50-foot space accessible by a large truck.
Still miss the Rainbow Room?
Can you believe it? The World Series is just two months away and the Super Bowl is in less than half a year!
Welcome to the sports doldrums of late August and early September.
Is there a classic American sporting event happening somewhere at this time worth dropping a bundle on to experience in the most pampered manner possible?
Yes. In Flushing Meadows, New York, home of tennis' U.S. Open.
There are four basic ways to experience the greatest Grand Slam tournament (if you're not British, French or Australian) in racquet sports.
1. Not at all
2. In your living room, on ESPN
3. In the nosebleeds watching Serena Williams -- or is that Roger Federer?
4. With a U.S. Open Supreme Package (from $700 up to $1,850), which includes VIP parking, loge level seating, breakfast in the Media Dining Room, exclusive dining access and a $200 U.S. Open Event Card for each guest.
Tao. Pure. Lavo. Moon. Mix. Rain. Hyde.
Do any -- or all -- of these syllables spell a brilliant time in Vegas to you?
If so, the V Card ($149.99) might just make it even smarter -- allowing you to cut through long lines, escape crazy cover charges and score two-for-one drinks at some of the most happening venues all over the Vegas Strip.
Introduced last year on the heels of Vegas' VIP-for-a-weekend "club crawl" services, the V Card lets frequent Vegas visitors check off 40-plus ultra lounges, nightclubs and all-hours pool parties over the course of several visits.
Or one really crazy weekend.