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Seeing is believing? Not at this event. This sensory adventure at the Hampshire House will lead diners through an entire meal while blindfolded, creating a heightened sense of taste, touch, scent, and sound.
Pictured: a previous Dining in the Dark event at Upstairs on the Square.
Feb. 14, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. $65. The Hampshire House. Call for reservations. 617-227-9600. www.hampshirehouse.com
The Style Boston TV program shows how to take fine dining to the next level as ‘ diners in the dark’ test their senses at the Hampshire House in Boston. A culinary first for many, this unique dining experience brings a spirit of adventurousness to a table near you.
What about eating in the dark? A four-courses-multiple-entrees eating in the dark? Listen to NPR’s Public Radio Kitchen and learn Radio Boston crashed our “blind” dinner party and has some audio to prove it.Read More
The WineDineWith.us bloggers review their experience with Dining in the Dark at the Hampshire House. Read how after adjusting to the blindfold and temporary blindness, the event was a heightened, meditative sensory experience. Without sight, the sense of smell, taste, and feeling became more acute.Read More
Mystery Meet, where you join a group of passionate foodies for a special meal at a secret location, offered Dining in the Dark to its lucky guests. The goal of Mystery Meet has always been to bring a spirit of adventurousness to dining experiences, so when they were approached with the idea of Dining in the Dark, they were very excited about the opportunity to bring this unique concept to Boston for the first time. Read all about the evening at Boston’s Hampshire House including lots of photos.Read More