When Gypsy Cab Company opened its doors in 1983, a new cuisine was introduced to the world–urban cuisine. “It’s little of a lot of things ,” says Ned Pollack, chef-owner of Gypsy Cab Company, where cab fare (the menu) draws on multiple influences including Italian, German, Cajun, Mediterranean, classical European, Souther, Oriental, and “Floribbean.”
Gypsy Cab Company, always a favorite with locals, has a reputation as being a casual restaurant with diner friendliness.
“The Gypsy Bar and Grill” is our newest spot. Opened in the spring of 2000, we offer a unique place for your next party whether it be a wedding reception, rehersal dinner, group function or business outing the bar & grill is the place to be. “The GypsyBar and Grill” features “The Comedy Club” on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.