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For New Moon Cafe, Survival Was Community Effort

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Shana and Ron Campsey at New Moon Cafe in East Quogue.

Shana and Ron Campsey at New Moon Cafe in East Quogue.

authorMichelle Trauring on Mar 25, 2021
It was the last day of indoor dining at New Moon Cafe, and the East Quogue restaurant buzzed with chatter — speculation flying about what COVID-19 would bring. “When news... more

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