Okay, I won’t name names, but the guilty comprise many restaurants in Los Angeles and other cities. At these establishments, yes, I enjoy the food, the service and the architecture. But why can’t I hear my friends who sit across from me? Why is the noise level actually painful—my ears ringing from the haranguing clamor, and my throat sore from yelling mere table conversation?
I came across the post, How to Choose A Restaurant When You Have Hearing Loss, from leading hearing health advocate Shari Eberts, on her blog Living With Hearing Loss.