“The bar that feels like home!”
Clay & Robin's Gypsy Saga began one Saturday afternoon in late January 2003. At the time they were mere employees of The Gypsy Blues Bar. Despite the years of drinking & smoking, this one Saturday afternoon stands clear in their recollection. It was after all, the day that their once employer called them to let them know that she was ready to throw in the towel and put the business up for sale. Being the dutifully dedicated employees they were, she wanted to give them the first option to buy. Alas, something that they always wanted seemed to have fallen from the sky and right into their laps. However, they were both broke-as-a-joke, no pot to piss in and living in a hovel. So, after a few phone calls, they managed to muster up the credit, not cash, to purchase the sinking ship they were aboard. With a little apprehension, of course. Both, having sufficient exprience in the bar business, made a go of it and have successfully morphed it into their ideal watering hole. Not only have they owned and operated it since their induction to bar ownership, but they have also created a comfortable, respectable and ecclectic atmosphere that they, and like-minded people, enjoy seven days a week. Upon the expiration of their lease at the Riverside location, they opted to borrow a shit-ton more money and relocate to what was once a Medford Radiator Shop. After months of hair-pulling, nail-biting and gut-wrenching construction, they finally re-opened on Thanksgiving Day of 2008. This time they did it right, by adding more amenities. Their food selection went from microwave hotpockets and corndogs to a full, bonafide menu that's offered all hours. Not to mention, the beer tap selection that was a mere 8 handles long ago, has grown to an impressive 31 tap handles, and they now sell beer-to-go. Finally, it feels like HOME!
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