5 met with the owner who gave us a tour of the restaurant and the connected hammock workshop. Our lunch was very good. Had a beef burrito and it was good and filling. Some had smoothies which were very good. It is amazing that all the wait staff and cooks are deaf and mute. All ordering is by pointing at the picture menu or attemption sign language by looking a "signs" posted on the wall and trying to speak their language, very difficult. All the employees of the hammock workshop are also deaf and mute. The owner Antonio has given these people a reason to live and feel good about themselves. If anyone wants a hammock they are very well made and they will mail them to your residence or business. Great place to support people who are working very hard.
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