August 1, 2015


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Eating the noise

Din goes with dinner at restaurants, and proprietors are powerless

From large groups of diners struggling to be heard to younger types looking to impress, noise levels in restaurants can rise quickly — and there's little restaurateurs can do about it.

DIANE BONDAREFF / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVES

From large groups of diners struggling to be heard to younger types looking to impress, noise levels in restaurants can rise quickly — and there's little restaurateurs can do about it.

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