At most restaurants, the only kind of diving -- say, into a three-foot burrito, or into a giant taco pizza, or into 34 slices of cheesecake -- you can do is (hopefully) just metaphorical. A cliffside restaurant called Rick's Cafe, however, has a reputation for a decidedly different kind of diving: the literal kind -- off steep cliffs as high as 35ft.
The restaurant is perched along the cliffs above the Caribbean Sea in Negril, Jamaica, and is famous for its prime position for diving and unrivaled sunset views on the water. As you can see in the video above, patrons can throw themselves from cliffs ranging from 15ft high to 35ft high, although some have seen life guards and regulars jump from even high positions. Basically, you're welcome to leap from a damn cliff while you wait for your dinner at the eatery. Hunger makes us do crazy things, right?