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Las Vegas- quieter restaurants?

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I'm heading to Vegas for a convention. I'll be with some colleagues who all enjoy dining out.

I'm looking for very specific recommendations for restaurants that aren't super noisy. I am not elderly but recently starting wearing hearing aides and I find that so many trendy restaurants seem to think being incredibly noisy adds to the experience.

I have a restaurant setting on my hearing aides that helps block background noise, so it doesn't need to be a place where everyone speaks in hushed voices, but places with loud music, stone/brick walls, high ceilings or other features that amp up the noise level make it really challenging for me to converse. Because I will be meeting up with colleagues who I don't always get to see, I want to be able to chat and hear.

We are open to any type of food and nicer but not over-the-top expensive places (not Guy Savoy level, for example. We aren't on expense accounts.) but not buffet or fun food either.

Thanks everyone! It's easy to research the food and service online, but hard to find information on the noise level.

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