Blindfolded diners are guided to tables by “dancer/embodiers” and served a specially conceived four-course meal paired with fine wines. Between courses, the room is quieted and guests are treated to artist performances. On a given night, that might be a tap dancer, a vocalist, a flamenco guitarist, a beat-boxer, or a baroque violinist. The menu is revealed at the close of the evening. Then diners are led outside where they remove their blindfolds. They never see the room in which they dined.
Dafna Naphtali in New York on Sat, Jun 25, 2011
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