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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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A pedantic Columbian couldn’t resist pointing out Il Cibreo’s EGREGIOUS spelling blunder. Yes, someone actually took the time to scrawl this correction on a post-it. We have a sneaking suspicion it’s a Bwog commenter… jk love you guys! We’re just as guilty.

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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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Update: We at Bwog have written something of a Campo eulogy, so pour out some crappy beer in honor of our dearly departed and remember what once was: When a new restaurant called Campo first arrived in our humble Morningside Heights, we called it the “New Pertutti” and complained its Italian food was mediocre. Soon, […]

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