Gypsy Kitchen is on the top of the Shops at Buckhead, is one of our favorite rooftops in the city, and anytime we’ve been it’s felt like a party - even if we’re not celebrating anything. The bulk of the menu is tapas, and since everything is under $15, you should get a lot. They have classics like patatas bravas, along with swordfish and duck al pastor tacos that everyone should have at least one of. Start with a few pitchers of sangria and see where the night takes you.
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