Dining in the Dark
We kid you not - and who said the Germans don't have a sense of humour??
CHRISTMAS AT NOCHI VAGUS . . .
Guests can see nothing – therefore they can taste, smell, touch and hear at Nocti Vagus, the "dark" restaurant in Berlin. The restaurant invites you to an original evening known as the "first Christmas show in the world completely in the dark." This fantastic voyage through Christmas, promises scents, dreams and plenty of fun. Cost is 49.50 Euro per person inclusive entertainment and Christmas meal.
AMBUSH THE WICKED
Absolute darkness is ideal for staging a crime since it will be unseen. Guests at the Zille Stube in Freiburg can follow two different audio crime novels of the "MordsDamen" on "DunkelZille" dates. The three-course meal and crime-novel event can be booked via the internet for 38 Euro per person. Also included is a glass of sparkling wine as welcome drink.
A museum that does not display a collection, an exhibition where nothing can be seen, a casino where everyone wins, and a restaurant where one eats what is put on the table . . . How - or rather where - does this all come together? The Dialog Museum in Frankfurt! Here one touches, plays - and eats. A surprise meal of several courses is served, naturally, in the dark.