Guests literally descended on a newly opened restaurant in Finland, where the meal is served 80 metres below ground.
The restaurant - 'Muru Pops Down in Tytyri' - is located in a limestone mine.
During the evening guests can go as far down as 350 metres to an underground cave by using elevator manufacturer Kone's test laboratory lifts.
Ritva Seppanen, head of Kone branding, said the mine restaurant turns the 'pop-up' trend in the restaurant world upside down.
"For the last couple of years pop-up restaurants have been really popular and we Finnish people like to do things a little bit differently.
"So we thought 'Hey we have to call it pop down restaurant' because we are literally coming down underground, so it's a play on words," she said.
An evening at 'Muru Pops Down in Tytyri' will set you back 128 euros per person.
The price includes a four-course meal, drinks and also bus transportation to and from Helsinki city centre.
Guests will have the opportunity to dine in the 64-seat restaurant until September 24.