They say “we eat with our eyes” – well not at this dinner! A new trend in unique dining experiences is the act of “dining in the dark” – whether it’s a blacked out room or utilizing blindfolds, the act of cutting off your vision increases the sensitivity in your other senses.
Keeping table decor to a minimum so as not to compete with the food aromas, diners experience a new “view” on food. Servers inform guests the basics of what course they are being served and what utensils they have, but nothing specific about the food itself. Guests are encouraged to discuss their guesses the ingredients and the method of preparation.
After the multi-course meal wraps, your guests can be treated to a presentation summarizing what they just ate. You may be surprised by their savvy culinary palates.
Interested in a “dinner in the dark” experience for your guests? Contact GEP Destination Management today for more information at email@example.com