27 Feb Going on a Date?
Large, busy restaurants with open kitchens have a lot of background noise that makes it difficult for people with hearing loss to communicate. Instead of booking a reservation at that brand new restaurant that’s been impossible to get into since it opened, why don’t you go to that cute little cafe down the street? You know, the one you talk about every time you walk by, but have never made it inside? Here’s your chance.
If you’re not the going out type, there’s nothing wrong with staying in! There’s no better place to have an intimate conversation than your own living room or dining room where you can control the listening environment. Create a delicious menu and enjoy cooking it together. An even easier idea? Order take out from your favorite dinner-on-the-go joint and pair it with a bottle of the wine or champagne you had at your wedding or first date.