The Supper Club, San Francisco, Calif.
Designed to enlighten all five of your senses, this 11,000-square-foot Dutch restaurant is unlike any other dining experience you will encounter. After being tucked into your bed/dinner table for your meal by a performance artist/waiter, you'll spend four hours dining and being serenaded by drag queens (and kings), getting rubdowns from a masseur, and wowed by acrobats.
Heart Attack Grill, Chandler, Ariz.
Customers are referred to as "patients," orders as "prescriptions," and the scantily clad waitresses as "nurses" at this hospital-themed bar and grill in Chandler, Ariz., which promotes that its fries are deep-fried in lard and allows diners who weigh over 350 pounds to eat for free.
Opaque, Los Angeles, Calif.
Altering the notion of food being eaten with the eyes, this Los Angeles weekend event serves a two-hour, multi course gourmet meal to diners who cannot see their food. By dining in a pitch-black room—you'll be led to your table by the blind and visually impaired waiters—your sense of taste, touch, smell, and hearing will be enhanced by abandoning the "visual stigmas" attached to food for a more authentic experience.