Had it not been for Groupon I would not have known about this restaurant. I'm so glad that I bought that Groupon because this was truly a unique experience! I don't have anything to add that others have not already said, except for my personal experience that the steak was excellent. I didn't care for the appetizer, but loved the dessert. Again, just personal taste. The point of this restaurant, of course, is to give the patron an idea of what it would be like to be sight-impaired. It certainly did that because trust me, your eyes cannot adjust to the nearly complete absence of light in this place. However, because my friend and I kept putting empty forks in our mouths, we ended up using our fingers a lot. Since I've never seen a sight-impaired person do that in a public place, it truly did give me a small understanding of the barriers they face every day. And putting myself into a position to trust a complete stranger to lead me was difficult. I do have to say that my friend was sitting in a place where she kept getting bumped by waiters and patrons alike, and so it was not a terrific experience for her. She was always "on guard" during the meal. Nonetheless, we are both glad we went. Kudos to our wonderful server, Justin. (Or maybe it was Dustin. Either way, he was very good!)
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