Food & Culture

Luke Mangan's 20-seat restaurant inside Sydney Harbour Bridge returns

Australian restaurateur and chef Luke Mangan is bringing his sky-high culinary experience back to the Sydney Harbour icon.

By Cordelia Williamson
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There are many exclusive dining dens in Sydney, but perhaps none match Luke's Table at the Pylon Lookout, which is set to return for its second run this December. Headed up by celebrated Australian restaurateur and chef Luke Mangan, the pop-up diner will be housed in one of the city's most renowned icons—the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Luke's Table at the Pylon Lookout will be located 87 metres above sea level in the Bridge's South-East Pylon, offering sweeping views of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, and the Bridge itself.
Luke Mangan
Guests will meet at a lower level space while watching the sun set before making their way up 200 stairs through the pylon, led by BridgeClimb staff who'll provide a guided tour of the historic bridge. Then, they'll sit down in the exclusive 20-seat dining room at a long, communal table for a sky-high feast.
The lavish culinary experience costs $345 per person (plus a booking fee) which includes a three-course feast paired with Penfolds wines, plus Champagne to start, as well as the spectacular views.
Luke's Table at the Pylon Lookout opens on 6 December and will be open for dinner on select nights until 29 February 2024. Bookings are now open via the BridgeClimb website.