First visit to Gypsey Joynt and enjoyed the new twist on the old burger. Husband enjoyed thr pear dressing.
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This place has such a large menu, therefore it was hard to choose just one thing. Fortunately I made the right decision. The chuck roast tacos are delicious! Grilled onions and Pablano peppers add to the great flavor. So savory! My friend ordered the chicken...More
Funky but fit for Foodies. Gypsy Joynt is like walking into a hippie haven...crystals (chandelier leftovers) hanging from the ceiling, the waitresses look like a throwback from the groovy 60's (with a big portion of tattoos) and the food is interestingly funky-flavored. Their cheesy bread,...More
I had heard many glowing reviews of the Gypsy Joynt, so I tried it one weekday afternoon during a slow period. I had driven by several times before, and could not find nearby parking, but today I finally scored. I knew that it was an...More
We came in on an extremely cold, rainy day during the Dickens on the Strand weekend and had to jump over puddles to get into the door but I am so glad that we found this place. It's like a hipster/bohemian/indie/hippie laid-back neat cool place...More
Just going here and looking at this crazy place is worth the visit. You must order your food then find a place to sit. No one really told us what to do, which might have been nice, but the portions are large and tasty.
We enjoyed eating there. The atmosphere was great and the kids loved the free arcade games. Everyone enjoyed their food. Will totally eat here again!
Great burger served on sour dough bread. Beer could be colder but a great atmosphere in an out-of-the-way spot. Easy parking even on a busy weekend. You stand in line to order but if you need another beer just grab a waiter/waitress! We were with...More