We used to live really close and were regulars. The staff are all very friendly and always knew not to bother calling out the name of Deaf patrons and would just bring out the meal to us. After a while they'd start waving hi because they knew our faces.
Whenever there was new staff they don't always "get it" about needing eye contact before they started speaking, but most of them got the hang of it pretty quick - I think maybe they'd ask other staff what to do and they'd get the lowdown. Would be better if they included it in training on their first day because it's pretty close to Texas School for the Deaf.
Their tacos are out of this world and are healthy - eggs from free range chickens, that kind of thing. For breakfast, their Migas is a must-try. They have really good organic Peruvian coffee.
It's right by the entrance to a great trail so sometimes we'd go for a hike then get tacos, or vice versa. Lovely place tucked away out of sight, but often crowded, best to go super early for breakfast, or late. Same for lunch.