On September 2nd, Sweet Gypsy Coffee will close its door for the last time.
We can’t thank all of you enough for an amazing 5 years.
This community has been so loving and supportive to the whole SGC team, we’ll remember every one of you!

This is the end of a chapter, but not the story.
We’ll keep you updated as the day gets closer.

From David, Lisa and the whole Sweet Gypsy Coffee team,
sincerely and from the bottoms of our hearts, thank you.

About Sweet Gypsy Coffee in Hendersonville NC

About Sweet Gypsy Coffee

Back in 2010, a couple of vagabonds took up the gypsy life, roaming to art and music festivals, selling iced and frozen coffee, whole coffee beans, real lemonade, and fresh fruit smoothies. Lisa and David traveled to the Texas State Fiddler’s Championship near Austin, the La Porte County Fair just south of Chicago, the Deerfield Art Festival just north of Fort Lauderdale, and many points in between. That’s half of how they got the “gypsy” name.  The other half is that Lisa is of Hungarian descent and David affectionately refers to her as “my sweet gypsy girl.”

Finally settling in Hendersonville, Lisa and David loved living near the mountains, hiking the forests trails, and especially seeing the waterfalls! From their roasting facility just out of town, they supplied fresh-roasted beans to coffee shops and restaurants in the area. Eventually they found the perfect shop location just off the beaten path with plenty of parking on Church Street and a nearly parking lot. Sweet Gypsy Coffee shop was born!

Lisa and David promoted Sweet Gypsy Coffee as their customers’ “third place,” a place people go to that is not home and not work. Home is people’ first place and work is their second place. For five years, their customers hung out at Sweet Gypsy Coffee, their “third place,” a place to read, a place to chat, a fun place, a relaxing place with a clean and cozy atmosphere, a patio garden room, and friendly service that made everyone feel welcome.

The Sweet Gypsy Coffee shop closed in September, 2019. Even though the shop closed, customers can still get the fresh-roasted coffee beans they love by ordering online or calling/texting (828) 545-2808.

And who knows what the future holds? Stay tuned for the next chapter in the lives of Lisa and David and their ongoing adventure, Sweet Gypsy Coffee!