BUFFALO, N.Y. —
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend?

A restaurant in downtown Buffalo is offering a new unique option, dining in an igloo.

The Italian restaurant Tappo is offering rooftop dining in an igloo during the winter.

"Somebody sent me a YouTube video of a restaurant in Wisconsin and that was three weeks ago and as soon as I saw it I knew it would be a hit," said Tappo owner, Rocco Termini.

The heated igloo costs $400 and seats eight people for dinner. 

"You get salad, a choice of dinners, two bottles of wine, two crafts of hot beverage and dessert," said Termini.

The idea launched on New Year's Eve and has shown to be a popular one. Termini says the restaurant is booking 50 igloo reservations a week.

"It's really a celebration of our winter which we always complain about but now were out here twenty degrees out and everybody is having a good time."

If you would like to dine in an igloo you can call Tappo at (716) 259-8130 and request a reservation.