09-02-2018 10:00 AM | Shilpika Bajpai | My Indian Dream
Cleveland will soon have a restaurant made from a Cold War plane.
Have you ever imagined dining in a Cold warplane? For the first time ever, Cleveland will have a restaurant made out a Cold warplane, Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter.
The plane was unused for 40 years before it was purchased by the International Exposition( I-X) centre. The I-X centre will showcase the restoration of the plane's exterior from March 16-18.
The plane hotel is set to open by 2020 with an open seating area for 50 people.
"From aviation enthusiasts to parents with young, curious children, the restaurant will attract people from Northeast Ohio and beyond," said Lisa Vo, executive vice president of the I-X Center.