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Camille’s, the recessed, dim, empty, restaurant next door to HamDel has long been the subject of rumors, ranging from mob front to late-night bingo club. Intending to see if anybody actually eats there—and risking earning a pair of concrete shoes—brave brunch explorers set out for Camille’s. Evidence of racketeering was scant, though there was a […]

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Image courtesy of Flickr.com Another vendor has been stricken from the Flex-friendly list—this time, by the University. Camille’s on Amsterdam Avenue has been expelled from the Flex program for non-compliance with the University’s alcohol restrictions. Administrators say they caught the restaurant allowing students to purchase alcohol using Flex on multiple occasions. “Any attempt to purchase […]

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