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H Street's Deaf-Friendly Bars

h-street-country-club-150.jpgHere's something to read if you want to feel good about other people: The Washington Times talks to Atlas District bars and restaurants about their efforts to make drinking easier for their deaf patrons from the nearby Gallaudet University. Bartenders at the H Street Country Club have learned how to sign the basics and they purposely keep lights a little brighter for easier lip-reading. Queen Vic, Sticky Rice and the Rock N Roll Hotel all get credit, too — and we learn from the latter that the sign for Jagermeister looks like deer antlers. Of course. [WT]

H Street Country Club

1335 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 399-4722 Visit Website

The Queen Vic

1206 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 396-2001 Visit Website

Sticky Rice

1224 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 397-7655 Visit Website

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