Signs: Canadian Restaurant Where You Order Using Sign Language

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Thu, Aug 14th, 2014 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

CBC's The National brings to attention a new restaurant that has opened in Toronto called Signs. What's unique about this eatery is that all the wait staff are deaf and orders must be placed using the American Sign Language.

Located at the lively Yonge and Wellesley intersection in Downtown Toronto area, SIGNS is an upper casual dining restaurant and the first Canadian restaurant that is staffed with deaf servers. From a high quality contemporary menu with a blend of Canadian and International food along with our exquisite wine list, it is an excellent choice for a special evening, for a formal business meeting, and of course, for tourists. The restaurant is also a great place for the deaf community where they can find themselves at ease using their native language.

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