Snooze an A.M. Eatery

Rachel Berman

Everyday, I'm taken by surprise by how Denver has increasingly become #deaffriendly, putting me at ease in many places than I can imagine. This breakfast place hit a sweet spot in terms of being #deaffriendly. When I checked in to put my name on the list for a table, they had a texting system where they would text me when the table was ready. That was so cool! When we were seated, a really nice guy named Lorne or Lonnie approached my table with my friend and started signing (he was a bit rusty but eager). He talked with us for a bit and took great care of us. He even brought us free dessert! That was so nice of him! He went out of the way to make us comfortable, and because of that, I want to go back and eat there again! Major thumbs up. Anytime anyone makes an effort to communicate with us is πŸ‘πŸΌ in my book.



  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Positive Attitude
  • Schedule/Order On-line or E-mail
  • Knows Sign Language

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