Camilo's California Bistro | Northeast L.A. | California, Bars and Clubs | Restaurant
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Camilo's started out as a catering company on York Boulevard in Highland Park - the small attached cafe was added almost as an afterthought. But the good Cal-Mex food and neighborhood-friendly prices caught on with everyone from starving artists to thriving yups, and in no time, the cafe had outgrown its venue. Owners Camilo and Amelia Gonzalez have since moved their operations to a large building smack on Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock, and they've reclassified it as a “California bistro” - though to us, it still looks and feels like a friendly indie coffee shop. There are chilaquiles and eggs Benedict for breakfast, cobb salads and Cuban sandwiches for lunch, filet mignon and pasta for dinner.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary

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