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#6. O.Noir provides "Dine in the Dark" culinary experiences in Montreal and Toronto. It's just as it describes — you dine in complete darkness. If you're looking for a way to reconnect with someone (or maybe just with food), ditch the technological distractions and book a night at a restaurant like this.
#7. Moomin Cafe originally opened in Tokyo, but is now a popular tourist stop in Hong Kong, too. The adorable cafe features Tove Jansson's oversized stuffed characters that you can sit with while trying a fun variety of food and drinks based off of the stories.
#8. Amsterdam's De Kas was scheduled to be demolished back when it was a greenhouse in 2001, but Michelin star chef Gert Jan Hageman converted it into a restaurant. Vegetables and herbs are used in the menu offerings. If only we could eat this fresh every day!
#9. Intrigued by espionage? Visit the newly renovated Safe House in Milwaukee, now owned by The Marcus Corp. Originally inspired by the Cold War craze, this restaurant is filled with secret passageways to tickle your inner spy.
#10. Halloween lovers should make a stop at Witches in Britches, a theatre restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, where you can enjoy the company of vampires, witches, and monsters all night long.
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