Amaro Bistro


I came here on a busy Friday night and they were packed! We waited for a seat at the bar and it was around 30 minutes. However, during our wait, the host was so nice and kept us updated throughout our wait. When we were finally seated, the bartender who took our food order was so gracious and friendly. He accepted my gestures, points and sign language and was flexible in his communication approach. When there was a mistake with my food, they did everything to correct it. I only wish this place knew a little bit of sign language to communicate with their deaf signing customers better. I will be back and next time making sure I have a reservation! 

  • Positive Attitude
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Willingness to Gesture
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