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Quiet Restaurant in Minneapolis for a celebratory dinner with a deaf guest

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My group of six will be celebrating my son's college graduation in Minneapolis on a Saturday evening in June. My sister is deaf and hears through cochlear implants. They are unable to to filter background noise and she is about as able to enjoy a conversation in a busy restaurant as I could on a helicopter landing pad. It makes no sense to reserve a private room for only six people. I'm looking for a restaurant that has small rooms or quiet nooks or even is just off the beaten path. If you know of such a place, please tell me about it. Apart from a quiet table the only other requirement is that the restaurant be on the fancy side; it is a celebration for my son, after all.

Thanks, Barbara

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