A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard at Seaboard Station near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate noise in the dining room.
A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard at Seaboard Station near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate noise in the dining room. TERI SAYLOR
A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard at Seaboard Station near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate noise in the dining room. TERI SAYLOR

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