Gypsy Friday Nights

Friday Nov. 21st Live Music: Morris Acevedo on guitar and Gio Benedetti on Bass  5:30 8:30  

Chef Specials this week

Braised Pork Chop $22  Slow braised 10 oz bone in pork chop, roasted baby carrots, mashed potatoes, dijon pan sauce

Grilled Lamb Chop $26  Butternut squash quinoa, garlic sautéed broccoli, pickled onion, salsa verde

Wine Specials  ‘Best of Class’ 2012 SEATON Red Buzz and New Release WHOA Pinot Noir – support the WHOA farm 

Local Entrees

$21   Grilled Grass Fed Flat Iron Steak- mashed potatoes, local veggie of the day, mushroom jus

AQ    Pan Seared Wild Fresh FISH - mashed potatoes, local veggie of the day

$17    Rocky Fried Chicken- mashed potatoes, lemon peppercorn gravy, garlic braised greens

$18    Pot Roast- red wine braised natural chuck roast, creamy parmesan polenta, garlic braised greens

$18   Pork and Heirloom Beans– braised pork, rancho gordo yellow eye beans, greens, parmesan

$16   Basil Pesto Linguini- julienned veggies, spinach, fresh basil pesto, garlic bread

Chef’s Small plates

$11    Southern BBQ Tiger Shrimp – Cajun spice, Scrimshaw Pilsner, butter, toasted sourdough

$9     Diestel Turkey Meatballs – turkey, crimini mushroom, brown gravy, parmesan regianno

$9     Grilled Eggplant Rollatini – basil pesto, goat cheese, marinara, toasted pine nut

$8     Mac N’ Cheese – béchamel, gruyere, parmesan, cheddar, toasted breadcrumb, cavatelli

$10   Pulled Pork Sliders on House Buttermilk Biscuit, St Louis style bbq, cole slaw

Signature Salads       *add chicken $3

$6 / $11   Caesar- romaine hearts, parmesan reggiano, garlic croutons, house caesar dressing

$7 / $12   Roasted Beet – baby spinach, beets, goat cheese, candied walnuts, onion, sherry vinaigrette

$6 / $11   House- baby lettuces, shredded carrot, toasted almonds, Kalamata olives, lemon balsamic


$5 Creamy Parmesan Polenta

$5 Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

$4 Local Fresh Sauteed Veggie or Greens

$5 Sour Dough Garlic Bread


Chocolate Budino  $6  or Creme Brulee Bread Pudding   $7  

19 Nov

We will be closed Nov. 26th and 27th for Thanksgiving so we can spend time with our families and cooking at home.  But we will be open Black Friday, Saturday and Sunday with our great Breakfast and Lunch menu.  We hope you have a wonderful holiday and when you are tired of left overs come on in to the Gypsy Cafe.

11 Nov

Chef and I are working on a new Fall/Winter menu.  We will keep all your Gypsy favorites but Chef is bringing in Fall and Winter veggies and creating some great recipes. He is  thinking about house French Onion Soup and Chicken Pot Pie to add to our Local Fresh Fish, Steaks, Pot Roast and Fried Chicken. Remember we serve Breakfast all day on the weekends so make your brunch plans and bring your … [Continue reading]

29 Oct

Come see our Gypsy costumes at our Friday Night Dinner and someone is going to get a real TREAT.  Dinner on Us for the lucky winner.  Join us for dinner and enjoy the revelry and the live music by Karen Joy Brown and Dave Silva.  Halloween is not just for kids.