Campo Comes to the J-School, Brings New Restaurant
Written by Bwog Staff
Since opening last year, the J-School cafe area hasn’t exactly been overwhelmed, as students have been waiting for a more formal establishment to open and/or thought the room was entirely computer-generated. Starting Monday, though, look for students to at least give the space a second chance, as the owners of Campo will be opening a new restaurant there.
According to J-school officials, the restaurant–which does not have an official name yet, though Brad’s Coffee House or Brad’s Brew are mentioned as possible candidates–will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends (broader hours are “under discussion”). Victuals will include “toasted sandwiches, salads, hot dogs, milk shakes and superior brand coffee,” with pricing still being finalized before Monday’s opening. Wifi will also be available inside for the internet-surfing gourmet, and “the vendors hope to offer the delivery during operation hours and full catering.”
Unlike Blue Java or Ferris Booth, the restaurant will not be run by Columbia, which, as one Blue and White editor put it, “is like democracy coming to a country under one-party rule.” Democracy and milkshakes…delicious.