Gypsy Cafe loves the holidays. We love the colored lights, the chance to hang with friends now that the days are shorter. Don’t forget we have Gypsy gift certificates if you want to SHOP LOCAL, we also have Barbara Paulson’s gorgeous Native American inspired jewelry for the holiday season and Hand Blown ornaments from Ryan and Brenna who own West … [Read More...]
Exploring the culinary roots of our global family
Everyone is from somewhere
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Gypsy Friday Night Dinners have been rocking it again make a reservation online just to be sure.
Dec 15th specials Fried Calamari, New York Steak or Wild Salmon.. Persimmon cake with ice cream for dessert Our gypsy jazz dudes Morris and Rick will be playing tonight
OR go total comfort with our beloved Fried Chicken, Pot Roast or our new Vegetarian Mediteranean Plate. We are featuring our Original Caesar salad with fresh baked croutons and Parmesan Reggiano as well as fried Calamari.
We are staying with our comfort food favorites for the rest of the year.
COME ENJOY OUR SIGNATURE BRUNCH ON THE WEEKENDS: EGGS BENEDICTS, CHICKEN AND WAFFLES, AND CORNED BEEF HASH
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.
The thing about Sonoma County is people have strong roots. Strong roots to the land they were raised on, roots to growing food, raising animals, making cheese and cider and wine. So many people have families that have been here for generations. The Gypsy suppliers are local families and when the going got tough, people stuck together and helped … [Read More...]
Today at the Gypsy, food and solace went hand in hand. So many hugs from strangers looking for their new compass. Heart wrenching stories each told with disbelief as if nothing really happened. Those who have sent lunch to those who lost everything. Ideas blossomed for a clothing drive, shared housing and numbers exchanged. It feels like dark times … [Read More...]