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Gypsy Apple

65 Bridge St, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370 · Shelburne Falls
(413) 625-6345 · $$$$ · French
Rating: 4.5 out of 5"17 Yelp reviews

Hours

  • Wed - Sun5:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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Casual · Romantic

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Latest reviews

  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Jan 11, 2015 · by Kym F. from YelpA sparkling jewel, of purity, great energy, freshness, magical people that work there and most excellent food. Wow, wow, wow....... We made the journey to Shelburne Falls , starting in the Springfield area. It was 6 degrees when we arrived and we were welcomed by a women from the inside, as she made … Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Nov 28, 2014 · by D P. from YelpOutstanding for Pioneer Valley victuals. Filet and duck were sumptuous. Cannelloni were nice, not amazing yet with seasoning fresh, delicate, and tasty. Well-balanced plates, well-plated and gracious portions; don't believe reviews to the contrary. I'm not a fierce gourmet; if you are, there's another review that might … Full review
  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"Sep 19, 2014 · by Jordan T. from YelpThis place is over hyped!!! The servings are barley enough to fill you up and they charge so much for the menu items. They only take a certain amount of customers a night to keep the feeling that the place is special. TO be honest they should take all the customers they get so they do not go out of business … Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Aug 06, 2014 · by Elizabeth K. from YelpThis restaurant is a real gem. We can't get this kind of goodness living in Boston - really, really. We have been here many times and the food is consistently wonderful every time we are here. The food is simple, fresh, interesting, well prepared and absolutely on-point all the time. The service is individual and … Full review
  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"Apr 19, 2014 · by Allie K. from YelpThis restaurant was simply not what I expected, according to the reviews. For stronger French food, and a MUCH nicer atmosphere, try Chez Albert in Amherst.First, the tables are ridiculously small. The evening we went, there were seven tables, and they were so crammed together that we could easily … Full review