Here's Our Open Letter To Dublin Restaurants About Their Most Annoying Habit Right Now

Who agrees with us?

Restaurant Blur

Dear Dublin restaurants (you know who you are),

We are writing on behalf of the tender eardrums and fragile heads of the greater Dublin area, i.e. The Pale. 

We aren't getting any younger, we know this, you know this, society knows this. And when we're using our hard earned cash to purchase eggs benedict, one thousand chicken wings, and burgers the size of our faces, we would like to be able to experience them while still being able to hear ourselves think. Is that so much to ask?

Is it too ambitious to want to be able to hear friends, families and lovers across the table, when sitting in one of your fine eateries?

Is that too much? Are we being brats?

Please say it isn't so.

Make It Stop

We don't mean to appear rude, trust me we don't, we would just like to strengthen our symbiotic relationship. You're making us feel old, and we just feel like you don't love us anymore. But we're wrong, right? Right?!

Good. Then we can go back to the days of yore, when you were good, we could hear, and love was real. Just turn it down a tad.

Ross

You're too good to us.

Sincerely,

The eaters of Dublin.

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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