A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Restaurant owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate his customers’ top complaint – a noisy dining room.
A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Restaurant owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate his customers’ top complaint – a noisy dining room. PHOTOS BY TERI SAYLOR
A crowd eats dinner at 18 Seaboard near downtown Raleigh on Feb. 27. Restaurant owner Jason Smith had foam installed on the ceiling to help alleviate his customers’ top complaint – a noisy dining room. PHOTOS BY TERI SAYLOR

Raleigh’s 18 Seaboard is investing in a quieter future

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