Gypsy Friday Nights

Craig Corona singing all of your favorite songs 5:30-8:30

FRIDAY Dinner Specials: Osso Bucco with mashed potatoes and veggies OR Wild Salmon with lemon dill sauce, rice and local veggies.

FRIDAY Featured Wines:  2015 Gold Medal Winner Seaton Red Buzz or Gold Medal Winner Seaton Merlot


$22    Grilled 10 oz Flat Iron Steak- mashed potatoes, local veggie of the day, mushroom jus

AQ     Pan Seared Local Fresh Fish – rice pilaf, local veggie of the day

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

$18    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

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


$11 Coconut Prawns w/ thai dipping sauce

$11    Sashimi Tacos with pineapple jicama salsa wasabi cream in wonton shell

$10   Caprese Mushrooms- mozzerella, basil, tomatoes,balsamic

$10    Mozzerella Sticks pepperoni & mozzerella wrapped in wonton w/ marinara

SALADS    *add chicken $3

$7 / $11   Caesar- romaine hearts, parmesan reggiano, garlic crostini, house caesar dressing

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

$7 / $11  House – baby lettuces, shredded carrot, toasted almonds, Kalamata olives, lemon balsamic


$5 Creamy Parmesan Polenta

$5 Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

$4 Veggie or Greens

$5 House Focaccia bread

$8 Mac N’ Cheese

25 Aug

Its that time of year and there is nothing better than local summer produce like the incredible heirloom tomatoes we are putting into our signature Candied Bacon BLT this weekend. Sayer Farms in Windsor is the brain child of Peggy Sayer wife of winemaker Rick Sayer who manage to grow the best veggies in town to go with Ricks amazing wines at Rodney Strong. Beans,squash-summer and fall,eggplant,tomatoes,watermelon,apples abound and do … [Continue reading]

05 Aug

Love driving and seeing the signs. Our heritage Gravenstein apples are ready for eating, for picking, for making cider for enjoying. I love when you smell apples in the breeze. I love seeing the roadside stands heading out 12 to the beach. Apples have always been the prize fruit. Crisp and tart yet full of summer sweetness. Come celebrate in Sebastopol this weekend.

14 Jul

Every time I pick a tomato or a few beans from my garden I realized how important it is to know just where your food is coming from. So because I own the Gypsy I think you should know we try really hard to buy local fresh fruits, veggies, baked goods and meats. Thank god for this time of year when the bounty is plentiful and tomatoes are starting to … [Continue reading]