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Lex Kiefer wrote a review Aug 2019
Los Angeles, California1,495 contributions42 helpful votes
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Had lunch with a friend who lives in the area. This is a great place to come. Everything is here is all creative, period - from paving walkway to food, to roof. It’s an eye sore to see endless creative designs and thoughtfulness for modern retail village. Even a light sconce will surprise you and make you smile. Come see yourself.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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george p wrote a review May 2019
Sacramento, California739 contributions144 helpful votes
Outdoor clothing needs - Patagonia. Hungry - lots of food establishments. Want to sit by a campfire, they have the space. Lots of historic trailers repurposed as retail. Valet parking on site.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Dave P wrote a review Jan 2019
Costa Mesa, California448 contributions67 helpful votes
This is a place of Solotude stuck in the middle of a whole lot of hustle & bustle. ...and damn good food inside it too! Must experience it in order to appreciate it.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Vincent R wrote a review Jan 2019
Costa Mesa, California69 contributions14 helpful votes
I have known about the Camp for a long time, but never ventured in. The anti-mall thing didn't appeal to me. But this past Sunday, we went to the Old Vine Cafe and had a great meal,but above all, the environment of the Camp was just cool. It is a combo of Berkeley/60s hangout/mil-lineal retreat. There are a couple stores that are housed in camping trailers. The woodsy landscaping gave it a real warmth. Several cool restaurants are scattered throughout. We will definitely return.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Squidhead wrote a review Dec 2018
Costa Mesa, California361 contributions136 helpful votes
This is a wonderfully quirky trendy interesting place to shop and eat, however there is just NOT enough parking. It takes away from the experience. If that doesn't bother you, by all means come here and enjoy the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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