Glo's

Anna

Glo's the champ and a probably a (bit too well known) secret. The line is always a bit of a wait but if you know their schedule pretty well then you could catch a table without a long wait. However, regardless of the length of wait, the food is ALWAYS worth it. One of the waitresses there knows basic ASL so it makes ordering much easier. Keep in mind that the service style of Glo's is very similar to what you'd experience in an European bistro. Very slooooow and laid-back. If you're into that kind of thing.

Belledgedesign

Love love love that place- I usually pick Glo's for breakfast with friends. I went there today for breakfast and our waitress knows basic ASL and she was very flexible and so easy to understand. Although, I have to be honest, there are other times I had bad experience at Glo's where some of waiters were being so impatient with us. But, looks like they have a new waitress with knowledge of basic ASL so I know I will have positive experience at Glo's again.

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