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CampO Has Closed, Owners Plan to Reconcept


CampO Modern Country Bistro has closed. Seems the place couldn’t maintain momentum following Matt McCallister’s departure as consulting chef.  Owner John Paul Valverde says he and co-owner Miguel Vicéns are revising the concept. Hope they hire an interior designer for the new place.

Update: Eater and SideDish have tracked down a few more details. 

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