Pairing Pizza with Beauty of San Francisco, Mozzeria is a Win

Sometimes mobile phones never cease to amaze. With technology at an all-time high, high tech companies such as Apple have made it possible to make high quality advertisements without breaking the bank. This helps with marketing costs especially for small and medium size businesses. Apple’s iPhone 5C has made it possible to obtain high quality video for next to nothing.

This may sound like something out of a Star Trek movie but it actually exists today! Check out the video below for further evidence that it is possible!

San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and is known for its amazing Golden Gate bridge that crosses across the bay and into the fog. Often people miss out on this breath-taking view but fortunately for them, this video highlights the best parts of the city from the Deaf perspective. San Francisco is the home of some of well-known and respected Deaf artists of in the United States. Think of Douglas Tilden sculpture in San Francisco renowned as the California Volunteers, a bronze work, sixteen feet high and ten feet long, mounted atop a granite base ten feet high, stands at the corner of Market and Dolores Streets. Or Wooden that can be found in a well-known deaf-owned restaurant in the SF Bay Area, Mozzeria.

Mozzeria is another example of something that people never thought would be possible, after all who knew Deaf people could drive!

For those of you who don’t know who Mozzeria is, check out this blurb:

Mozzeria is a successful restaurant in busy district of Mission St of San Francisco. This business has acquired renowned certification from Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, making Mozzeria only the third restaurant in San Francisco and the only Deaf-owned pizzeria in the world with the AVPN seal. They have amazing waiters and waitress that know how to sign in ASL or know how to communicate well with their clients using ASL or paper and pen (old fashion is best right?).

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Thomsen Young

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