Highline offers contemporary Thai cuisine in the setting of a three-level modern entertainment space in manhattan's bustling Meat packing district. The combination of restaurant, bar and cocktail lounge is named after the old elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side, the High Line. "Built in the 1930's as an elevated passageway for freight trains, the High Line runs for 1.45 miles, from 34th street, along the edge of the Hudson river, through west Chelsea's tree-lined blocks and art galleries, into the heart of the Meat Packing District." Highline's theme is luxury travel and on-board dining. The decor evokes a cruise ship, complete with a 'drained swimming pool' (the cocktail loung) and a private dining room. Highline's guests in the Bed Lounge can even sample the hedonistic convenience of cabin service with drinks and refreshments served at the bed-side from portable trays. Customers can recline on the beds or relax on comfortable banquettes while watching videos projected on the window glass to the soothing murmur of a three-storey waterfall.