Valentine’s Day at Hampshire House: Dining in the Dark
Posted on: January 28, 2016

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Be a part of the main event at Boston’s first-ever dark dining experience. Hampshire House will host Dining in the Dark on Saturday, Feb. 13 and Sunday, Feb. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. for an out-of-this-world Boston Valentine’s Day date. This unique, darkened dinner gives diners the chance to embark on a journey of the senses. Guests will be blindfolded upon arrival and will be guided through a journey of fine foods, tantalizing aromas and inspiring music. Your ticket includes a four-course dinner set amidst a storytelling experience and musical display that ties together the theme of the evening.

Dining in the Dark
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Dining in the Dark was developed by a blind clergyman from Zurich and was brought to Boston by Massachusetts food trailblazer David Goldstein. The sensory-heightening concept even inspired a Swiss restaurant called blindekuh (blind cow), where guests dine in the pitch-black. Like many events at Hampshire House, the focus of this show will be the food. The cost is $95 per person including tax and gratuity. Please note that the ticket price does not include
alcoholic beverages or a ticketing fee. Click here to purchase your tickets and secure your reservations. Contact us for more information.