Asian eatery sees future in former Gypsy House

Gypsy House inhabited the building at 1279 Marion St. for more than 10 years, until the building sold earlier this year. (Burl Rolett)

Gypsy House inhabited the building at 1279 Marion St. for more than 10 years, until the building sold earlier this year. (Burl Rolett)

About five months after Gypsy House roamed out of Cap Hill, a new Asian restaurant looks to be making its way in.

Little Gingko Asian Café has applied for a liquor license at 1279 Marion St., the then-red brick and mural-covered abode that Gypsy House inhabited for more than 10 years before traipsing out shortly after the building sold earlier this year.

The 1,700-square-foot lot sold earlier this year for $725,000, according to city records. The building’s new owners have since repainted the exterior and from the looks of it a full-interior renovation is also underway.

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