THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Camille's Little Italy Restaurant Review:
The late Camille Sotis took a small space in this Virginia-Highland neighborhood and made it standing-room-only seating within just a few weeks. Though nothing fancy, Camille rocked this trendy Atlanta neighborhood with New York-style Italian red-sauce cooking that the locals loved. The restaurant has been expanded several times, with both indoor and outdoor additions, almost doubling its size, but the formula has remained the same: large helpings of pasta and seafood served quickly in an informal setting. Pizzas are appealing, especially to young ones, though the price/value here seems off; in this affluent neighborhood, maybe no one has noticed. We like the rice balls studded with salami, ricotta cheese rolls and marinated squid. Pasta with shellfish is impressive with lots of tasty shells and huge portions, and the calamari is a big hit. Avoid the featureless calzones and stick to the seafood. The wine list is strong in Italian selections.