NYC Restaurant Has Diners Eat In Silence

American VoicesOpinion ISSUE 49•42 Oct 14, 2013

The Brooklyn restaurant Eat, which serves local farm-to-table fare, has gained popularity with its $40 four-course prix fixe menu nights in which the patrons, waiters, and chefs are not allowed to speak at all. What do you think?

  • “But my wife has all these great stories about how her coworker Cheryl screwed her over!”

    Adam Penotti –
    Dry Cleaner

  • “The only reason I even go out to restaurants is for the chance to get to know a new waiter.”

    Steve Timoney –
    Auction Assistant

  • “My eyes say it all anyway.”

    Rita King –
    Electron Tube Assembler