Would you want to eat in a pitch-black restaurant, as in Chapter Five of our book? There is a new trend in the restaurant industry of restaurants that serve your meal in total darkness. Often, the food is served by a blind waitstaff. Apparently, being unable to see is supposed to heighten your other senses including taste. There is a chain of restaurants called Opaque that specializes in dining in the dark. It is very pricey, around $100 per person. According to the Yelp reviews, people either love it or hate it. A lot of people agreed with the author of our book, that the food was really not very good. It seems like the whole idea of the restaurant backfired; since your sense of taste is improved, you are more likely to notice that the food is bad! I don't think I would want to dine at a place like Opaque unless the food improved, especially with how expensive it is. It would definitely be an interesting experience, though.