Dining In The Dark

A journey for all the senses...except one.

Your lunch or dinner will be a combination of fine food, inspiring music and a story that ties everything and everyone together. You’ll laugh and enjoy, you’ll guess what you are eating and you will focus on the food and each other.


This one-of-a-kind dining experience will be a combination of fine food, inspiring music, and a story that ties everything together. You’ll laugh, you’ll enjoy, and working with your team you will guess what you are eating, overcome tabletop team building challenges as you focus on the food and each other. Consistently people rank Dining in the Dark much higher than their initial expectations. The Dining in the Dark experience can be delivered at any meal in any location you may be getting together as a group.

Check out a video of one of our public events in a beautiful mansion click here. The corporate version is tailored to your location and team.

The Dining In The Dark program can be used as a social event or a team building dinner. Step out of your comfort zone, energize your staff, and help them create lasting memories and stories to tell for many years to come.

Group size

8 - 70

Time needed

2.5 - 3 hours

Space requirements

A private dining room in a local restaurant, mansion or unique venue where participants can relax and enjoy the activity.

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