Customers can either use ASL or write orders on a pad and there are screens that announce when orders are ready, instead of waiting to hear their names called, The Washington Post reported.
This isn’t the first time the company catered to deaf patrons.
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The first "Signing Store" in the world opened in 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, CNN reported.
To acknowledge the signing skills baristas have, they wear aprons embroidered with ASL signs, CBS News reported. The employees will also wear a pin that says "I Sign."
The cafe features artwork and a mug designed by a deaf artist.
The the store was designed to help deaf customers interact. It has an open layout for easy visual communication and has low-glare reflective surfaces.
It will also have events geared to the deaf community, CNN reported when the location was announced.