Yes the Gypsy Cafe will be in this years parade Saturday April 13th. The theme is ‘It Takes a Village’ and we believe this is so very true in our small town. We try hard to watch each others backs through disasters like the fires and this years floods. But we also love being there for the good times by buying from local vendors and sponsoring local events. If you need a hug or a good meal come on in as we are the town cafe that cares. See you at the parade..
Here is the good news. Gypsy Friday Nights will continue in 2019 but only once a month. On the first friday of every month we will serve our Signature Dinner Menu and we will have live music by Craig Corona. We love doing our dinner nights but we think once a month is the best way to keep everyone happy. So make reservations and come join us for our fun First Friday nights. We look forward to happy 2019 and to seeing you all at the Gypsy Cafe for brunch, lunch or our special monthly dinners. Thanks as always for your love and support. Could not do it without you.
It sure been our pleasure to serve Heirloom Tomatoes all summer thanks to the Calderon Family who own The Patch in Sonoma. I love riding my bike on the trail in Sonoma and seeing this marvelous patch of amazing vegetables surrounded by wild berries. This beloved farmers market family contributes the best tomatoes, beets, corn, squash to our restaurant and to our family meals. So blessed to be in Sonoma County.
Our wonderful Sabena has been in Mombasa for the last year at the Aga Kahn Academy teaching young students from all over Africa. This was Sabena’s first appointment after graduating Davis last spring. As a champion of the environment and with her strong will to empower young people around the world to have a voice in their future, Sabena is leader and a friend. We await her return to see what’s next for this amazing visionary.