The Gypsy Queen Cafe Food Truck, which also has a “truckstaurant” in Hampden, is adding a third member to its family of eateries: a cafe in Harbor East.
The Gypsy Queen Cafe has set up shop inside the new, soon-to-open Whole Foods supermarket in Harbor East.
Located at 711 S. Central Ave., the eatery will offer delivery through GrubHub from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting Thursday.
Owners Tom Looney and Annmarie Langton said the cafe will serve lunch and dinner, and they will add breakfast to that location’s offerings after the city lifts its local stay-at-home order.
And rest assured: Gypsy’s famous crab cone–Old Bay French fries crowned with an 8 oz. jumbo lump crab cake–will be on the menu.
Langton and Looney are excited about the new location, even though the coronavirus didn’t make the endeavor of opening a new restaurant especially easy.
“It’s a challenge opening another location during a pandemic, but we are so fortunate that this opportunity came our way. And we got to hang a disco ball in Whole Foods!” Looney said in a statement.
The Gypsy Queen Food Truck began roaming the streets of Baltimore in 2010 after Looney and Langton closed their previous restaurant, Helen’s Gardens in Canton.
The new location for Whole Foods Market in Harbor East, where the Gypsy Queen Cafe is now set up, had been slated to open in April but will now be opening in June.
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