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Restaurant Noise Wire

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lavo-nyc.jpgNew York critic Adam Platt thinks NYC restaurants are getting dangerously loud: "Noise levels in city restaurants are regularly measured at 90 decibels and sometimes higher (Lavo, in Midtown, was measured at 96 decibels, louder than ... a suburban lawn mower), ... for those of us whose job it is to eat for a living, hearing loss is officially an occupational hazard, like choking on a chicken bone or suffering a cataclysmic heart attack." [GSNY]
[Photo: Lavo NYC]

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