That honor will go to dinner.
Thanks primarily to your new neurologist.
Introducing Romera, an unorthodox/holistic dining experience that consists of an avant-garde, 12-course tasting prepared by a practicing physician, accepting
Imagine a highly refined, incredibly complex, date-appropriate version of Flintstones chewable vitamins. Then add a bunch of edible flowers, medicinal water and a multicourse menu that reads like a prescription, cures like penicillin and tastes like the work of a Michelin-starred maestro.
So when you’re ready to schedule a checkup, head over to the Dream Downtown, where deep in the cellar you’ll find a windowless, transparent, butterfly-embossed doctor’s office masquerading as a restaurant. Each evening, multicourse meals are prepared by a 57-year-old Argentine doctor using a Mad Libs mashup of fresh ingredients. Some sourced from the farmers’ market (black truffle, daikon radish, ground coffee). Some invented in a lab.
Sitting beneath a large translucent disc and bright white spotlight, you’ll examine each of the dozen dishes that come across your (operating) table. There’ll be molecular marvels like pansy-decorated shellfish, gold-leaf-topped chocolate truffles and mosaic-tiled vegetable soup that’s hydrated tableside.
We assume with 20cc of consommé.