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The New Campo Mike

If Il Cibreo is the “New Campo,” then who, you ask, is the new Campo Mike? We touched base with Scott Chilvers, General Manager of Campo 2 Il Cibreo. He’s been “with the company” for almost six years and in the industry for over 20. He hails from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. From what we gather, he’s down […]

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We know that Deluxe has divine blueberry pancakes, but we at Bwog believe it’s time to diversify your dining portfolio. In our Brunch Chronicles, we will take our time and gladly overeat at leisure any time before 1 pm. In this latest addition, Bwog’s intrepid brunch warriors Brian Wagner and Sylvie Krekow checked out Il […]

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It’s actually Wednesday afternoon! Which now means that it’s Pizza Wednesday. That’s right, Boringside enthusiasts—Nussbaum’s deal formerly known as “Pizza Sunday/Monday” has become an everyday offer. Morningside heaves a collective sigh of contentment and not-as-broke-ment; weight gains ensue. Aaaand speaking of eating, a tipster reports seeing a “hilarious number” of graduates, still swathed in gowns, […]

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