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The price of eggs has gotten eggs-ceptionally high.

Date: 09 Jun 2015
Posted by: Allison Garner
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With a recent outbreak of avian flu affecting a lot of this nation’s egg supply (specifically liquid egg products,) we at Gypsy Donut want to assure our customers that we have always and will continue to only use real, shell eggs in all of our baked goods and donuts.  While a lot of bakeries pour […]


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Help Gypsy Staff Recover From Devastating Fire

Date: 05 Mar 2015
Posted by: gypsydonut
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Early this morning the house that Gypsy’s Eric and Ben and their housemates live in had a devastating fire and burned to the ground. They have been left homeless with just the clothes on their backs. Please contribute to this GoFundMe campaign to help them raise emergency funds to get back on their feet. They […]


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Gypsy Now Open Late For Craft Beer, Spirits and Wine

Date: 18 Jan 2015
Posted by: gypsydonut
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Last week we announced that we’ve added an incredible selection of local craft spirits, beer and (soon) wine to our menu and this week we’re happy to announce our new late night hours. Starting Monday January 19th, Gypsy will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and we will […]


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Local Spirits, Beer and Wine Come to Gypsy

Date: 09 Jan 2015
Posted by: gypsydonut
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Gypsy is proud to announce that we’ve gotten our liquor license. We started months ago on a journey to bring exceptional quality spirts, wine and beer to Gypsy Donut & Espresso Bar and we’ve just braved a journey in the snow to pick up our license. Now, we’d like you to join us for a […]


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Food Drive at Gypsy Donut

Date: 05 Jan 2015
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Bring canned and no perishable food to Gypsy for our annual food drive. After the holidays, local food pantries get desperately low because fewer donations come in. In partnership with businesses on Franklin Street we started the first annual Franklin Street Food Drive. Bring your canned and non-perisbale foods to Gypsy Donut or any of […]


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Thanks for helping us make Eddie’s Christmas special!

Date: 25 Dec 2014
Posted by: gypsydonut
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We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone that contributed to our drive for winter clothing for Eddie. Our customers are really wonderful and we’re so happy that so many chipped in. We collected nearly $300 and then Gypsy contributed a lot too in order to get him some incredibly solid winter gear. […]


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Congratulations to Gypsy’s Eric and Anna

Date: 21 Dec 2014
Posted by: gypsydonut
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We’re super thrilled that Gypsy’s Eric and Anna are engaged! While the couple have been together since before Gypsy, it’s thrilling to see great things evolve at the store and since Eric and Anna are some of the best people ever, this is incredibly exciting.  When we were building out the shop, we wondered what […]


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See Nyack’s Mario the Magician at a Fundraiser for Nursery School of the Nyacks

Date: 12 Nov 2014
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Come one, come all and see the amazingly talented Mario the Magician perform a benefit show for the Nursery School of the Nyacks this Saturday November 15th at Memorial Hall at Grace Church, 130 First Avenue, Nyack. Mario’s show is incredible and this benefit concert is a steal. Kids love the show, adults love the […]


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Keep Rockland Not For Profits Alive

Date: 02 Nov 2014
Posted by: gypsydonut
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Rockland County’s Executive Ed Day has proposed eliminating money across the board for Rockland’s vital not-for-profits. We’d like to ask our customers and friends to sign this petition to help keep this from happening. There is a lot of inside baseball and power politics behind this, and we’re not going to get into the name […]


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Supporting Another Small Business Hero

Date: 10 Oct 2014
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We just watched this incredible video about Avi Gandhi, a small business owner in Levittown that loves his customers and loves his town. Avi talks about the 12, 16, 18-hour days people like him put in, but he doesn’t just work hard, he puts love into every transaction. And his town decided to thank him, […]


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