In the blackened dining hall of this restaurant you won’t be able to see the hand in front of you let alone your plate. Without sight, you’ll have a sensory dining experience that heightens your other senses and imagination. The dishes on your multi-course dinner remain a mystery until you leave. The visually impaired staff create a warm, welcoming atmosphere and put confused patrons at ease with a bit of humor. Dining in the Dark perhaps the most unique dining concept since Catherine de Medici popularized the fork.