I am a social diner.
I crave cross-table interaction and I love the background noise of a busy restaurant. Few things twist the tedium tally upward like dining without companions or, worse, eating alone in front of a TV.
So I had my doubts about how well Seviche’s “dinner and a movie” night in late July would work … how 11 courses could be enjoyed visually when illuminated only by the flickering light of the video, “El Bulli: Cooking in Progress” … how a team of servers could introduce and remove courses without, well, blocking my view of the show and creating distracting racket … and how my ADD brain could focus appreciatively and simultaneously on both film and food.
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