New York City is experiencing lockdown due to COVID-19, and the experience is unlike any other. A city that never sleeps is now quiet, and for once, you can hear sounds that would not normally be associated with NYC.
A Tel Avivian restaurant that makes you consider eating tasty, meatless burgers, but it is way too noisy for a hard-of-hearing individual and their company.
Hilton advertises accessibility rooms in its hotel in Midtown Manhattan, but they’re not really all that accessible.
Ippudo is a great and popular ramen place with amazing flavors, and a good vibe, but as one of the most popular ramen restaurants, it completely fails in the noise department and is not a hard-of-hearing friendly place
Reflecting on 2019 and the past decade.
Experiencing the unique cherry blossoms in Central Park in New York City as Hard of Hearing Individual
What it is like to take the business class flight with LOT airlines?
If you are a tea lover, Harney & Sons has a shop in Soho, NYC, where you get the full experience and advice from their tea experts. It’s a hard of hearing and deaf friendly location.
Kish-Kash is a delicious couscous/ Moroccan restaurant in New York City that is absolutely hard-of-hearing friendly!
Coco & Cru is an amazing breakfast place in New York, near the Washington Square Park and NYU area.