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It's a new dining fad in a posh area of New York's Brooklyn. Eating in silence.
The "Eat" restaurant serves up a four-course meal of all organic, locally-sourced food, but isn't allowing any chit-chat. The owner sayshe was inspired after spending time with Buddhist monks in India.
Others already offer diners the chance to eat in the dark. And some others list what's offered on an edible menu.