This month, Josh Sens makes his way to Camino, the East Bay's ode to ingredients and primordial fire: "The scene is both civilized and primal, as if a caveman had gone to culinary school. From this beautiful setup spring dishes of impeccable freshness, food whose willingness to stand naked before you is both its periodic weakness and its most consistent strength. Nothing that you order will ever run afoul in its conceit or execution. It's often spectacular..." [SFM]
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