The Gelato jo jo is Based in Seaton Crew it was Built Late in The 18th and 19th Century it was The Cafe Royal and it Became Gelato jo jo. it is a family Business run by Jo halls and Jason
There Are things to do at The Gelato jo jo Hartlepool
Getlato jo jo party room for more information then click here
You can hire a party room for more information then click here
Serving ice cream and desserts Home made
Hot food and drink for more information click here
They have a Competition for more information then click here
The popularity of this place is evident. The outdoor que for their outdoor area whilst long is not slow. Food is served quickly. The décor of JoJo’s is that of a 1950s American Dinner and that they are. They have a mixture of seating areas inside and the most fun ones in my opinion are the motorbikes. Yes, that’s rite you can act as though you have just ridden your motorbike into the dinner and eat at the tabletop.
Also ,The staff are very friendly and attentive. They even brought my guide dog Neena a bowl of water. The walls where white and The stiped with a vibrant pink. The pink is the same shade as the buttons on the white leather seating. The seat of the seat was in a pale baby blue colour. And The Tables where you must order and pay at the counter. My personal favorited from there is a scoop of pistachio and a scoop of bounty. There is a huge range of food and gelato flavours to enjoy. So why not pop on inn after watching the and listening to the turns on the beach front.
It can get a Little Busy during The week Can get Busy on weekends
Outside JoJo’s Dinner there is a set of long and short steps leading up to the door. What I mean by this is the steps themselves are shallow and the pathway in between is long. Whilst this may present as a challenge JoJo’s Dinner is easy to get around. The floor is on one level and there is a variety of seating so one could pull up a wheelchair and enjoy. The lighting at your eating area is good. There are booths to sit at. The disabled toilet is fabulous because it is very high and has allot of helpful hand holds. Furthermore, all staff have been trained to work with and support those with dementia and autism specifically. And of course, they express the policy that they are willing to help anyone who needs it. For example, because they do not have a braille menu, they are happy to read to you the menu if you want it to be read you. Their are Unfortunately, they do not have Wi-Fi. Sometimes it is the willingness of the staff to grow that makes life just that little bit easier.