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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Update

Abject apologies to any readers or followers. I last posted in March and folks are wondering if we're still here. Yes we are and I am a schmuck for not keeping this blog current. I have an excuse (actually more than one) but no one cares, not even me. In any event, I have resolved to do better in 2011.

WE ARE STILL HERE! Opening in September 2008 as the economy tanked and Obamanomics kicked in we should not be here! 90 percent of restaurants fail in the first 12 months in an average economy. We are still here because of our diners, friends and family. Thank you all very, very much as we sneak up on 2 1/2 years of operations.

We are working on the spring Chicago Cruise In schedule and should post it within a couple of weeks. NO RAIN OUTS THIS YEAR, DO YOU HEAR ME?

We are also planning on getting out of the 'rant and into warm season festivals. We even have an app in to the Wilson County Fair. Here's hoping.

We've added Mama Debbie's Chicken Salad croissants to the menu and are offering all our sausages, dogs, pasta and condiments in bulk. Get your hot giardinera by the gallon for only $25.00!

Da Bears have a shot at da Super Bowl. Get your pounds of beef ready now for playoff time and Da Bears spanking of their puny opponents. Nothing goes with football like a beef samich. AAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Till next time, Papa Campione, signing off.

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Gallatin, Tennessee, United States
Rob Coxworth, the Big Spiccone, opened Campione's Taste of Chicago with wife Debbie on 911/2008. The aim is to bring Chicago style Italian fast food and pasta to an unsuspecting Tennessee! Both Debbie and the Big Spiccone spent their entire lives in the Chicago area before relocating to Castalian Springs Tennessee so you can be sure the food is authentic Chicago. Debbie is cook,organizer and generally in control having run an Italian Beef stand in Elgin for 10 years. The Big Spiccone is the Big Spiccone, nuff said! If your a Yankee or Damn Yankee (Damn Yankees come South and stay) and miss that taste of home. Stop on by if you're in the area and have lunch or dinner with us. It's like stepping into Chicago by opening our door! judged by two