Sandy-damaged Camillos Restaurant to reopen

Camillos Restaurant has been closed since floodwater forced them to throw out $10,000 in food and alcohol. The MacArthur Avenue restaurant took in 5 feet

The renovations will cost the restaurant about $400,000.

The renovations will cost the restaurant about $400,000. (2/24/13)

SAYREVILLE - A restaurant badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy is set to reopen for lunch on Monday.

Camillos Restaurant has been closed since floodwater forced them to throw out $10,000 in food and alcohol. The MacArthur Avenue restaurant took in 5 feet of water from Sandy.

The restaurant now has all new ovens and stoves, as well as a new bar and dining room.

The renovations will cost the restaurant about $400,000.

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