3 Unpredictable Group Dining Experiences
Say hello to three unconventional group dining experiences that build camaraderie and get creative juices flowing. After all, mundane cooking demonstrations are a thing of the past. Trust us: These are anything but humdrum.
Ice Ice Baby
Attendees often break bread together, but what about ice? TeamBonding, a teambuilding company originally based in Boston, sets up shop for groups of up to 250 guests at venues throughout North America. Skilled ice sculptors instruct groups on their craft before teams chisel away to create their very own icy masterpieces.
Can You Keep a Secret?
Atlanta teambuilding facility Hal’s Kitchen capitalizes on the element of surprise. Groups of up to 50 are divided into squads and work together to incorporate an array of mystery ingredients (think Sriracha and fresh coconut) into a three-course meal.
Trust Is Blind
Your team won’t worry about watching what they eat at Camaje’s Dinners in the Dark in New York City, available for groups of up to 75. Camaje keeps the menu a secret, and attendees are blindfolded before experiencing a variety of textures, tastes and sounds that come into play during the multicourse meal.
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