New York’s McKittrick Hotel, home to avant garde theatrical experience Sleep No More, will be hosting At the Illusionist’s Table beginning November 1. Billed as “an intimate magic dinner experience,” At the Illusionist’s Table will be hosted by Scott Silven and includes a three-course dinner specially crafted by the hotel’s Executive Chef Pascal Leseac’h. In between courses, the audience will enjoy “illusion, mentalism, and storytelling,” not to mention whiskey tasting.
Heads up: The McKittrick isn’t your typical hostelry. From their site:
Completed in 1939, The McKittrick Hotel was intended to be New York City’s finest and most decadent luxury hotel of its time. Six weeks before opening, and two days after the outbreak of World War II, the legendary hotel was condemned and left locked, permanently sealed from the public. Until now…
Tickets are $145 each during the week and $175 apiece on weekends. The show will only be running for twelve weeks, so if an evening of fine dining and magic sounds appealing, book your tickets.