While the Gypsy Kitchen restaurant is located in the chic Buckhead Atlanta development, once inside the patio doors and beyond the sweeping skyline view of Buckhead, guests are taken on a sensory trip to the exotic Iberian Peninsula. Spanish, Moroccan and Indian influences permeate everything from the smallest details in the cuisine to the mammoth metal bull prancing over the bar.
Trendy geometric patterns and mosaic tiles adorn the bright turquoise walls while Moorish lanterns and iron chandeliers lend an ambient, rustic glow. Copper tones and deep-red leather accent the wooden tables and hardwood floors. Stacks of vintage suitcases above the bar evoke the nomadic traveler theme, complemented by the riveting gaze of a mysterious woman overlooking the space.
Tapas-style plates are served out of a state-of-the-art kitchen, which is shared with neighboring restaurant Southern Gentleman, also completed by Choate.
The HVAC system for the space is comprised of water source heat pumps with an outdoor air unit. The kitchen exhaust systems features four hoods, exhaust and make up air equipment, welded black iron grease duct, and pollution control unit.