Pete Wells, the NY Times food critic, wrote of the 8 ways restaurants have changed in the past decade. Dr. Daniel Fink says there is one more way—restaurants have become much noisier.
Ah, the neverending quest for quiet dining. This time the location is Ashevill, NC, where writer Brook Randle focuses on the problem of restaurant noise.
The San Francisco Chronicle’s restaurant critic Soleil Ho writes about restaurant noise. She gets it mostly right, says Dr. Daniel Fink, except for one thing—restaurant noise is a disability rights issue.
Why to boomers hate restaurants targeting millennials? In a word, noise. Baby boomers remember when you could enjoy a meal and a conversation.
Another report about restaurant noise, this time in USA Today, one of the most widely circulated newspapers in the U.S. Will this finally get restaurateurs attention?
Nigella Lawson, one of the UK’s most famous TV chefs, says she hates loud restaurants. Why? She believes it “drowns out the taste of food.” We would add that it makes conversation impossible.