Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Unique Dining Decor


Occasionally, one finds a place to dine that sets it apart from all others.


Gypsy Joynt Cafe, a family run place in the town of Great Barrington, in Western Massachusetts, shines like a sunbeam in the world of unique eating places.


The decor, as well as the luscious food, is one of the things that sets this place apart from any other I've ever been to.




Strings of bright white and colored lights zig zag from the ceiling along with chandeliers, capiz shells, mobiles, pinatas, scarves, a violin, and more assorted decorations than one can ever even dream about.



Then there are the walls----advertising signs and mirrors meld with paintings, photos and every other kind of doodad imaginable. 






A pair of large horns with decorations frame a window to the kitchen that turns out yummy food of every array.


Truly, the food at Gypsy Joynt Cafe pleases the taste buds.

Check out  these cinnamon buns!



It's all fresh and made on the spot.

The day of my first visit, I had a Linda Louise quesadilla----grilled tortillas filed with artichokes, chevre and black olives, along with other ingredients.

The green pesto mayonnaise was especially delectable.


 My friend ordered roasted veggies:


As Rachel Ray would say, "Yum."  

From the icy water served in Mason jars to the homemade cookies and other desserts, this place makes you want to strike up the violins and start dancing to a catchy gypsy tune.


HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO A VERY UNIQUE EATING ESTABLISHMENT?  IF YES, CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT IT?

11 comments:

Carol Z said...

I've been to Great Barrington, but somehow missed this great place. I think I need a return visit.

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh Susan, this place is so delightful! The walls and the decor is so enchanting, and the food looks amazing. Those cinnamon rolls, oh my! You know, I really enjoyed this post, as I am a bit of a gypsy myself. Such a fun place to eat. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

Love,
~Sheri

diane.stetson said...

Looks like Mardi Gras in New Orleans with all those decorations and beads etc. I want to go there next time I'm back east.

Chatty Crone said...

This place is really different! I love all the colorful decorations. And the food looked good the cinnamon rolls looked even better. YUM! sandie

Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com said...

Thanks for stopping by to visit me! This place looks great, I'd have to get a cinnamon roll for sure. It reminds me of the Mexico pavilion at Disney's Epcot for some reason. So colorful and all the fun things hanging from the rafters. That's a good place to eat, too. Take care - Dawn

Susan said...

I love this cafe and it reminds me of a place I ate at in Raleigh when I went there to look at property--called Relish. These places are landmarks for the uniqueness they exude. I want to visit this one too, XOXO

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love places like this. So much fun to eat there and even better when the food is good! I went to The Bubble Room on Sanibel Island and it was awesome with very unique decor! Fun!

Linda

Nellie said...

Such delightful, festive decor! Glad the food joined with the atmosphere!

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I really like places like this. this decoration is very original and bright. The cinnamon buns are delicious. Keep in touch.

Leann said...

Oh how wonderful! Love the photos of the interior and the food looks and sounds yummy!

xo

Dee said...

NOT like THIS one ...wow...really cool. The roasted veggies looks good. Thanks for sharing.

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