Love them or hate them, there are many restaurants that now offer psychic dinners. Obviously, this is only suited to people who are believers in psychics and the afterlife. But if you have ever considered going to see a psychic, then this is an excellent way to introduce yourself to the world of ghostly chats. At least if you attend the psychic dinner, you can be assured of a good meal, if nothing else. So here are some of the upcoming psychic dinners that you might enjoy. Please note: these dinner nights sell out quickly, so get in while tickets are still available.
Kalamunda Hotel On the 21st of August, between 6:30 and 9:30pm. At this event, there will be psychics and mediums attending. There will also be Reiki practitioners in the evening, depending on their availability (apparently the psychics can't see if they will be available!). The practitioners sit at their own tables, and you will be taken to them, by their assistants. While you are there, you will have a three-course meal and people do say that the Kalamunda Hotel is haunted, so who knows what sort of ethereal guests might show up! And now for the bad news. The evening will cost you $118. That does include the meal, but there is no information about whether or not it includes drinks. So it may cost more. Also, it is not wheelchair accessible.
At the Pagoda Resort Spa , there is going to be another dinner hosted by the same psychics that will be at the Kalamunda Hotel. It costs the same price ($118) which hopefully means that the evening will be one to remember. You will be treated to a three-course meal, with three psychics and/or mediums in attendance. Again, it is possible that there will be some Reiki practitioners there on the night. It will be on the 10th of September, from 6:30 to 9:30pm, and if you are interested, you should book now. It appears that the evening is going to sell out quickly.
Barrelhouse Armadale This delicious restaurant often hosts psychic dinners, so if you miss out on this one, there is sure to be another. This latest evening is their seventh event hosted by psychics. It will be held on the 20th of September, which is a Monday. Unlike the Kalamunda, the Barrelhouse includes a two-course meal, and seating starts at 6, with the psychics starting at 7. Readers come to your table, and you can book a group of friends to sit all together and the readers will come to you. Even better, the event only costs $55 per person. So if this is your first psychic night, or you are just testing the waters, then this would accommodate you better.
Psychic dinners are definitely an evening to be remembered. Of course, you get delicious food, and if you go with friends, you get great company. Psychics in themselves are definitely a divisive topic. You either believe, or you don't. If you do believe, then this is a great night, where you get to see other people's faces light up in hope as they hear that departed loved ones are safe and happy. Or that there is a tall, dark handsome stranger in their future. So this is the perfect night for believers. And if you don't believe in psychics? Don't go. Just go to the restaurant another evening!