Gitan Bistro Cru founder to open Hygge, a cafe focused on coziness, community


Local restaurateur Pauline Guiragoss focused on French and Mediterranean food with her two previous eateries, Gitan Bistro Cru and #Foodies. For her latest project, she's turning to American fare with an international twist and a helping of Scandinavian-inspired hospitality.

Guiragoss plans to open her new cafe, Hygge, in the coming weeks at 1801 E. Lombard St. in Upper Fells Point. The restaurant's name, pronounced "hoo-gah," is a Danish word describing a feeling of coziness and companionship.

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