Mac & Mac's Pick: Pop Up Restaurant

By WEEK Producer

September 11, 2012 Updated Sep 11, 2012 at 10:25 PM CDT

LOHJA, FINLAND -- The restaruant in question is in Finland, in an old mine.

It's called a "Pop-Up Restaurant," a place to eat that exists for only for a short time.

In this case, it's 262 feet down, which explains the hard hats.

The restuarant near Helsinki requires guests to descend below ground to the restaruant which is located in the mine.

The meal isn't cheap. The $164 price tag includes a four course meal, drinks, and bus fare to and from Helsinki.

The pop up restaurant will stay open until September 29th .

After that look for the Chef to pop up somewhere else.