Friday Night the 24th is our Gypsy Cafe Mardi Gras Dinner. I remember having the best Shrimp and beans and rice in Puerto Rico at the little beach stand in this photo. This woman could cook. We will be serving Jambalaya w/ Andouille Sausage, Shrimp and Chicken as well as Blackened Local Rock Cod. Karen Joy Brown and Dave Silva will be filling … [Read More...]
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Karen Joy Brown and Dave Silva play sweet sultry tunes 5:30 to 8:30
Its a Mardi Gras party Friday Night Feb 24th and its all about Gypsy Jambalaya w/andouille sausage, shrimp and chicken and Blackened Local Rock Cod. Beignets Beignets Beignets
Saturday + Sunday BRUNCH will feature Chicken and Waffles and Gypsy Benedicts: Black Forest Ham Or Veggie, Corned Beef Hash and Beignets
potato cake, house chorizo, avocado, 2 eggs, chive cream, SD toast (Veggie option available)
garlic braised greens, new potatoes, 2 eggs, toasted hemp seeds, sourdough toast
Sesame Chicken Salad
grilled chicken breast, romaine, cabbage, fried wontons, cucumber, toasted almonds, sweet sesame vinaigrette, pickled ginger
grilled chicken breast, romaine, applewood smoked bacon, hard boiled egg, shaved onion, avocado, tomato, Point Reyes Blue dressing
We are a locally-owned business in downtown Sebastopol featuring Modern Comfort Food. At the Gypsy Cafe we cook what’s in season and local…meats, veggies, poultry and fish grilled in-house - all combined into our signature comfort menu.
Enjoy the comfy brick space, it is rustic salvage at its best. It’s like going on vacation in your hood.
Gypsy Cafe Friday Dinners are getting even better with a small selection of session cocktails being added to the dinner menu. Low alcohol cocktails are all the rage these days with good health and local ingredients leading the charge. We are making our own, vinegar fruit shrubs to add to sparkling wine or japanese vodkas. We are also adding ports … [Read More...]
Heading to New Mexico to get my favorite chiles and chile powders to add to our Gypsy Spice cabinet. There is nothing better than a little roasted green Chimayo chile powder in aioli on fresh salmon. I buy in bulk and keep my friends supplied with these sacred spices to add to chowders and southwestern dishes. … [Read More...]