BLACKOUT “Dining in the Dark”, the first dining attraction of its kind in Las Vegas, opens July 7, 2017.
It’s bold, enticing, adventurous and delicious! Food enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike will soon be able to experience dark dining for themselves. BLACKOUT “Dining in the Dark”, the first dining attraction of its kind in Las Vegas, opens to the public on July 7, 2017, and offers their guests a multi-course culinary journey of the senses in complete darkness.
Have you ever wondered how your senses would react in total darkness? BLACKOUT “Dining in the Dark” takes their guests on the most unique sensory dining experience one can only find in Vegas. When the sense of touch, hearing, taste and smell are heightened, food, drinks and dinner conversation become a brand new adventure.
BLACKOUT is an extraordinary dining attraction offering several four to six course prix-fixe mystery menus for lunch and dinner. Guests will have the option of choosing from three different flavor profiles: savory, spicy or sweet. Each deliciously robust course offers a symphony of flavors and has been beautifully created to entice the taste buds and awaken the senses. The friendly wait staff, equipped with night vision goggles, will guide and assist guests to their tables and introduce them to their new dark environment. Guests will certainly enjoy BLACKOUT’s one-of-a-kind ambiance and exclusive cuisine during this exhilarating dark dining production.
Behind the experience are Rachel and Avi Levi, locally known for another novelty venture they created called Design & Dine “Eat, Drink, Paint”, which allows guests to unleash their creativity through art. “The most common question I get regarding BLACKOUT is if the dining room is actually dark. Yes, it really is!,” says owner, Rachel Levi. “Our sense of sight is so dominate that once we no longer have it, all other senses become much more intense; the way we smell, touch and taste our food is a totally new experience. After you dine at BLACKOUT, you’ll agree that everything tastes better in the dark.”
Dining in the dark at BLACKOUT allows for an extraordinary culinary experience time and time again, and guests will even find their new environment to be quite relaxing. BLACKOUT is great for corporate events, wedding parties, friend nights, date nights and meet ups of all kinds. Dining at BLACKOUT is more than just a meal; it’s a culinary journey of the senses.
*Special offer from BLACKOUT for Las Vegas locals, dine in the dark by July 26, 2017 and receive 20% when you show your local ID.
BLACKOUT “Dining in the Dark”
3871 S. Valley View Blvd. Ste. 8
Las Vegas, NV 89103
$44.95 Lunch/ $64.95 Dinner
Reservations optional but recommended. Walk-in guests are welcome.