ClubCorp has made a name for itself with its network of exclusive, members-only restaurants and lounges, some of which sit atop the highest buildings in many cities. Starting at $59, Travelzoo is providing the opportunity for two or four people to dine as invited guests -- these Local Deals include all-access menus and skyline views of up to 52 stories high.
These offers are great as gifts -- when else can you provide a once-in-a-lifetime dinner for friends and family all over the United States?
Atlanta: The Commerce Club offers 49th-floor views of the cityscape inside 191 Peachtree Tower
Cleveland: Enjoy dinner with sweeping panoramic views of the downtown area from The Club at Key Center
Columbia, S.C.: Overlooking the State House, the Capital City Club sits on the 25th floor atop South Carolina's second-tallest building
Dallas: Look out over the skyline from 26 stories up at La Cima Club while enjoying dishes like Alaskan halibut
Dayton, Ohio: Take in the sights from the Kettering Tower, Dayton's tallest building, and dine on the 29th floor at the Dayton Racquet Club
Detroit: View downtown from a unique 28th-floor vantage point at the Skyline Club in Southfield
Indianapolis: Take a seat in one of three varying dining rooms at the Skyline Club of Indianapolis on the 36th floor of OneAmerica Tower
Memphis: Check out the city from the top of the Crescent Center at The Crescent Club, nine stories in the air
Montgomery, Ala.: Get 360-degree views of the skyline from the Capital City Club, 21 stories up, while dining on dishes like crab cakes
Orlando: View the fireworks at Disney while dining at the Citrus Club Orlando from the 18th story of the BB&T Building
Philadelphia: Head to the 52nd story of the BNY Mellon Center (where the movie 'Philadelphia" was actually filmed) for this exclusive dinner at the Pyramid Club
Raleigh, N.C.: Perched atop the 21st floor of the Progress Energy Building, this Capital City Club dinner features filet mignon and molten red velvet cake for dessert
Washington, D.C.: Choose to dine at one of two exclusive clubs; view the District from the 17th floor of the Towers Crescent building at The Tower Club Tysons Corner, or have dinner just blocks from the White House in the City Club of Washington