The name comes from a gypsy, and the boho-ness shines through in the one-of-a-kind decor—lush red lamps, tuffeted curved seats, and vibrant, oversized art. More importantly, this is a great place for a romantic dinner with conversation, sangrias, and Basque-inspired cooking. Tops are the bacon bonbons (prunes stuffed with goat cheese and wrapped in smoked bacon) and slow-cooked short ribs. The downstairs bar makes inventive and flavorful cocktails (many of them are sherry-based),
with seats in demand. While there is outdoor seating, the interior is a seductive part of the experience here.