After discovering this place with a city tour we had to come back. We highly recommend the 'local special' and the coffee is nice and strong. Great service and the staff love it when you give signing a go.
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I had to stop in here since I am hearing impaired and know sign fluently. I was a bit disappointed the staff didn't seem to want to talk (sign) with me- but thats ok. I still love the concept of this place and what a great cause. Don't worry about not being able to communicate with them- you point at... More
We have lived across the street from this restaurant for quite awhile and finally had lunch there today. It is great seeing what is been doing there to help the hearing impaired in Granada, from making hammocks to working in the restaurant. Ordering is made easy by menus with pictures and instructions on how to order, etc. We had burritos,... More
Tio Antonio has provided deaf children with a sense of purpose in their life and accomplishment. These teenagers were some of the nicest people i have met very respectful kind and with a attitude of service, the food at the cafe was amazing and the hammocks they make and sell are of the best quality. These young adults are very... More
Tio Antonio has created a special place in the heart of Granada. The food was amazing and the service was outstanding! Such a great cause! A Must See place during any stay in Granada!
Everyone here has a smile! A wonderful project to support the hearing impaired people in the community. We spent an hour here looking at the various projects, participating in the weaving and purchasing a small hammock. We then had a small tastey lunch, served with lots of smiles. If you are interested in supporting those with disabilities, I would highly... More
Very nice little cafe. Didn't realize at first that the staff was hearing impaired, but they understood everything perfectly, then I noticed the helpful sign language basics they had on the wall.
It was good to be served nice fresh food by hearing impaired staff - how they get round the potential problems this causes? Go, try , and see for yourself!!!!