Noisy Restaurant: Diners Notice
As restaurateurs strive to attract a younger crowd, they’ve ditched the pile carpets, soft tablecloths and plush velvet booths for crowded communal tables, clattering open kitchens and pounding music.
The floor is a sandy colored hardwood, the table in front of you is a polished cherry, the walls were built of drywall covered with pictures, posters, art work, trinkets, etc. and the ceiling is a textured sheetrock. All the surfaces in the room can easily be wiped down and cleaned, which makes sense.
But consider all these hard surfaces. All amplifying sound. While good food and good customer service are crucial for return business, the ambience of a restaurant is also important.
You can rely on Kenmark Interiors Menu of Products to manage sound attenuation, light up the bar or wall protection for the back of the house.