Dining in the dark

Tonight with my colleagues we have experienced the concept "dining in the dark".

What does that means?

Just imagine, that you can not see for an hour or two, that you are abandoning vision in exchange for a new, multi-sensual dining experience. Opaque is enhancing our senses of taste, smell, touch, and hearing by abandoning one that we often take for granted.

I had never heard about that, although this is the latest dining trend sweeping through Europe that has enjoyed great popularity in cities like Berlin, Paris, and Vienna.

And so, at the beginning it's a bit difficult to find your food and just eat without seeing nothing. But the waiter is here to guide you.
The food was really tasteful and I think the fact that we cannot see the food has a big impact on the taste sensed.
Our only references become what we are listening to around and everything seems to be far.

So it was a very interesting experience. That has a price: $79 to $99 the menu.

PS: I just moved-in and it's so great. And here is below an amazing night view of SF that I had tonight.

Photo by Kenny