Opaque Dining In The Dark
689 Mcallister Street,
Civic Center, Northeast
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From The Owners of Opaque Dining In The Dark
Eating with the lights out--popular since caveman days--gets a refined touch at this pitch-black Hayes Valley restaurant.
Baby Greens Salad, Candied Walnuts, Creamy Goat Cheese, and Balsamic Vinaigrette, Ahi Tuna Tartare, Green Onions, Diced Asian Pears, Sesame-Soy Vinaigrette, Taro crisps, and a Wasabi Aioli, Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Mashed Red Potatoes, Sauteed Blue Lake Green Beans, Blue Cheese Butter and a Caramelized Red Onion Red Wine Sauce, Grilled Salmon with Soba Noodles, Shredded Zucchini and Carrots, Marinated Shiitake mushrooms, and a Roasted Red Pepper Coulis., Chicken Breast lightly breaded and sauteed with sautéed Dino Kale, White Bean Ragout, and a Mushroom Coulis., Cavatappi Pasta with Roasted Peppers, Roasted Mushrooms, Snap Peas, Creamy Tomato Sauce, Grated Parmesan Cheese, Espresso Panna Cotta, Chocolate Sauce, Blueberries and Pastry Sticks, Bittersweet Chocolate Cake, Minted Strawberries, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Feeling adventurous? Put your senses to the test with our mystery options. There is a mystery salad, entree and dessert that all differ from our normal menu courses. All mysteries can be mixed and matched with the normal menu to your preference. please inquire with your host on details. ( Or lack thereof...), Beers...
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Any of our 3 course prix-fixe meals are only $79 on Wednesday and Thursdays. Just make a reservation and we will honor the discount
Reviews for Opaque Dining In The Dark
over a year ago
Eating in absolute darkness is surprisingly fun. – A European concept by way of LA, "dark dining" is like a power outtage with gourmet cuisine and white-gloved service. Before entering, diners are presented with a multiple-choice (beef or fish, salad or pasta, etc.), three-course prix-fixe menu. Guests are then introduced to their servers--all of whom are blind--and led by the hand to their tables. The inside of the restaurant isn't dim, or even "dark;" it is eyeball-achingly black, the idea being that with one sense completely extinguished, taste and smell are heightened. Hearing sharpens, too, and people-watching becomes people-listening as diners feel their way through the meal (most people quickly abandon silverware), and start planning their next blind date.
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