Disappearing Dining Club is a good choice for a hasty 21st century citizen who wants to get everything and promptly. Combining a restaurant and a night club, it's currently one of the London's hottest places to go.
Disappearing Dining Club offers a peculiar synthesis of gastronomy, socializing and club ambiance - all-in-one. A never fading intrigue is maintained by monthly changing deejays, menus and cooks. Even a location can be different - from private gardens and rooftops to garages and warehouses of distant districts of London's.
Although Disappearing Dining Club doesn't surprise with sophisticated gourmet foods, meeting and mingling is guaranteed! Its long, white-clad tables can bring together the most unexpected combinations of diners, and after a short while and few drinks - bring forth the most unexpected forms of communication, too.
Long tables with diners around them resemble a real-life theatre performance with a gradually developing action as meal goes on. Dialogues, sparked by a simple need to ask one's neighbor to pass a desired dish from the other end of the table, develop into lively conversations as the evening rolls on. Not so long, and its lighted dance floor fills with guests who no longer can stick to their seats.
Some has dubbed it a real-life social networking, while others find similarities with the third day of a wedding celebration, quite common in some countries.
Evening ticket per person - £50
Advance bookings advised at least 4 weeks ahead
Keywords: club, dinner, restaurant, London