Here are photos of last night's Dining in the Dark experience at Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Bar. It was quite the task to aim a spoon full of mushroom broth and an orgasmic pork wonton in the right direction without spilling all over yourself and your neighbor.... on that note, sorry, neighbor.
Who knew a flute of Corona would make it taste so much better? Maybe it was the fresh ginger. Either way, we downed it.
A fantastic mushroom broth soup with steamed pork wontons.
Egg noodle lo mein with assorted vegetables.
Fried pork wontons with szechuan peppercorns gave us a tingling, numbing feel (fun fact: aphrodisiac).
Hot pot shrimp with shaoxing wine.
Fried rice with XO sauce.
Jumbo lump crab noodles.
Marinated chuck "Mongolian Beef" with rice noodles.
Fried cheesecake with chocolate and vanilla ice cream.
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