3Guinness on tap, South African wines and fare. Curry corn chowder and ginger salmon with mango salsa and homemade sausages and breads. April 2009: Kitchen Confidential: Ian Sigmund, The Shebeen...
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$26-40 (average dinner bill for 2 excluding alcohol)
Talk about dinner and a movie! Mediterranean-inspired restaurant in the same building as Vinegar Hill Theater on Market Street. Locally sourced ingrediants, sure to please fans of traditional French, Italian, and Spanish cooking.
Camino draws its inspiration from the timeless rustic cooking of Southern France, Italy, and Spain, complimenting it with a sophisticated yet comfortable dining environment.The food will be "artisanal Mediterranean" -- focusing intensely on traditional regional techniques and ingredients while maintaining a clean modern approach to presentation. We are working hard to source as much product locally as possible in balance with imported authentic European ingredients. For example -- there is no such thing as local extra virgin olive oil, but there is an abundance of locally produced cheeses that well suit European flavor profiles, and farms to source our proteins. Wherever possible everything at Camino will be artisanally produced, whether in house or outsourced.