I came here with a group of girlfriends-it's one of my favorite restaurants. I believe there is an area of improvement in terms of service and communication. It was easy to order-we all pointed what we wanted on the menu but when the food was served, there was a confusion about whose dish it was because we all ordered different bruschetta boards. The servers kept talking to us, and what would have helped was a written note of what was on the dish (especially since some of us have dietary preferences). Little things like that can create an unnecessary confusion and stress. We did, however, appreciate when one of the servers closed the blinds when the light made it difficult for us to see each other sign.
We came in with a group of 10 people, and the server was very attentive and placed our orders as requested. The menu was visual and easy to point to for our orders. The billing was easily worked out without communication barriers.
A group of Deaf Women United board members decided to give this place a try and we were impressed with our server took our many orders. When we requested separate checks, she obliged happily, and even gave each of us a notepad and pen to communicate with her. She checked in with us couple of times with a positive attitude. After we left, she signed a “thank you." Would definitely come back not only for their wonderful service but also their delicious madness of bruschetta options!