Little Gingko Asian Café will move into the former Gypsy House space

Five months and one remodel after Gypsy House closed forever, we now have an idea of what will replace it

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The establishment formerly known as Gypsy House on 13th. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) development; construction; food; gypsy house; capitol hill; kevinjbeaty; denver; denverite; colorado;
The establishment formerly known as Gypsy House on 13th. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Five months and one remodel after Gypsy House closed forever, we now have an idea of what will replace it.

Ye Enterprises Inc. (not that Ye, sadly) applied for a liquor license for Little Gingko Asian Café at 1279 N. Marion St.

Since the beloved Gypsy House closed back in March after a dozen years on the corner of 13th Avenue and Marion Street, the storefront — at the least — has been remodeled and the murals outside have been painted over gray.

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Inside the establishment formerly known as Gypsy House on 13th. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Little Gingko’s liquor license hearing is scheduled for Oct. 14. Capitol Hill United Neighbors held a meeting yesterday to learn more about the business.

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