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Amelia Grey's has brought charm, fresh food and even high tea to Campbell Avenue

Campbell Avenue is now home to another eatery—and oh, what a pleasant little spot it is. Amelia Grey's was once buried deep in the bowels of an antique mall on Speedway Boulevard, but earlier in 2012, it moved to Campbell Avenue, just…

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