This local specialty is thin cut fine steak, lightly cooked and served with cheese, and a variety of extra's like fried onions mushrooms, peppers all in a nine inch roll cut in half for convenience. ($8.50 for the Whopper) I havent tried the competition, of which there is plenty, but a local trolley operator advised me that the more touristy Joes and Genos are production line, have to pre cook their meat and are resting on their laurels - not as good as they used to be! Campo's makes up for its' almost non existant decor
with great friendly spirit
- the locals know and if your're short of cash you don't have to do the dishes!