I just got home from my first meal at Gypsy's. We had ventured out to go to La Val's on a Thursday night, but they had closed at 9! Right across the street, Gypsy's beckoned. We didn't expect it to be as good as La Val's, but it was! The kids had a Chicken Salad and a Greek Salad - each under $5 and each huge enough to satisfy a hungry pre-teen. I had a pasta dish and my husband had a calzone, both were huge and came with a large green salad for only $1.99 extra. My pasta dish was the type that would run around $15 in a fine dining establishment - roasted red peppers, spinach, and penne pasta in a creamy tomato sauce. Hubby's primavera calzone was stuffed with cheese, sauce, and assorted vegetables which included lots of tasty Kalamata olives. The green salad itself was remarkable in that it had romaine and spring greens with lots of tomatoes - no iceberg! Each meal came with a single piece of French bread topped with a couple of cloves of roasted garlic - yum-yum. We loved our meals at Gypsy's and the 4 of us came away stuffed for around $26. There is no "atmosphere" to speak of, just small simple tables under harsh fluorescent ceiling lights with a view of the soda cooler. I took home a paper menu and next time plan to get takeout to eat in nicer surroundings. The kids made us promise that we will go back soon. We will be back!!