Perhaps, with LA Noire on the brain, I was looking for an experience on the darker side, but it turns out I had to leave Los Angeles and venture into Toronto to find out what 'noir' really means.
I visited O Noir restaurant, where you dine in complete darkness, and I survived to tell the tale. Or, more to the point, my shirt survived, miraculously stain free. Seriously, what kind of dumby wears a white shirt to a restaurant where you can't tell if you're making a mess? I'll tell you what kind, the one right here with the thumbs! Check out my adventure in dark eating, and let me know if you'd be game for such a dinner.
Edit - To answer some questions:
@Blake B - It was about $40 per person, so definitely not cheap. I don't remember any music, but I'm told there was some softly playing.
@Michael J Miller - They did ask about any food allergies and preferences. For example, I mentioned no beef for me and they accomodated in the "surprise" dish.
@Tony - They asked us to turn off cell phones. I was tempted to record some video (well, audio) inside, but was worried about causing ANY light whatsoever.
@Amy - I'm sure if you mention your vegetarianism they could work around it.