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Put this in your pipe and smoke it: If you like your coffee strong and the atmosphere in which you drink it just as pungent, head for Gypsy House Cafe. The specialty here is Turkish coffee, which is a leap for the Starbucks connoisseur, but it's well worth the plunge. The food is good, the wi-fi is free -- and they'll hook you up with just the right tobacco for your hookah.
Start off the New Year right by saving money this week. Whether you attend a screening of The Dead Zone, a poetry open mic or a short film festival, soaking up some culture won't cost you a cent, so y... More »
With Halloween over, we're now officially on to colder weather and anticipating the upcoming holiday season. But there's still plenty to do this week, everything from Day of the Dead parties to art o... More »
Freedom of Speech, an open microphone poetry night hosted by LadySpeech on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at Gypsy House, has become one of the city's most dynamic and intimate evenings of... More »
Enlisting the help of DJ Mu$a and Gyp da Hip, Joshua Mays and his music partner Troy Talbert (Mind Control Music and Montebello) are hosting a progressive party this Friday night at the Gypsy House ca... More »
This is a cozy coffeehouse with a cafe upstairs and an open space downstairs with couches, tables, and chairs. The staff are not overly friendly but they are not rude either. They are from other countries so their social skills can be 'different' compared to what most Americans expect. Alas, the place has a good vibe, the beverages (coffee, tea, etc) are of great quality and price and they do have food items, though, I have yet to try any. The space downstairs can also be reserved as a meeting space. The Red Door (non religious church I am a member of) uses it for their discussion gathering every 2nd Sunday of the month.
Put this in your pipe and smoke it: If you like your coffee strong and the atmosphere in which you drink it just as pungent, head for Gypsy House Cafe. The specialty here is Turkish coffee, which is a leap for the Starbucks connoisseur, but it's well worth the plunge. The food is good, the wi-fi is free -- and they'll hook you up with just the right tobacco for your hookah. More »
The Gypsy House, situated on the southeast corner of 13th Avenue and Marion Street, isn't just the place to get some of the best chai in town and relax in a calming bohemian setting. On the second Sunday of every month, it also hosts Textures, a showcase for underground ambient music and sound art from around the country and beyond. Performances take place in the basement, where the furniture and layout make you feel like part of a secret society. Since its debut in May of 2008, Textures has... More »
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