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About Campo de Fiori - Vail
At Campo de Fiori, you will encounter some of the most authentic Italian cuisine in the country, using only the freshest ingredients. We serve the finest Italian dishes and wines in a warm, lively, and festive setting.
Our knowledgeable staff will indulge you with their renowned service, and assist you in selecting that just-right mélange to complement your meal.
Whether you are feasting with family, friends or business associates, your evening will be enhanced with an exceptional dining experience provided by Campo de Fiori.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Vail, CO 81657
Hours of Operation:
5:30PM - close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free public parking is available in the covered Vail Village parking garage
Vail Village in-town bus, Solaris stop
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wine
Campo de Fiori - Vail Ratings and Reviews
We were quite disappointed. The food served was flavorful and nicely presented however, the overall experience was not a normal dining experience. The goal of the staff appeared to be to turn over tables not to make for a dining experience. We were in and out in well under an hour which would have been ok if we were at the airport and had to eat and go. Quite different from every other restaurants we went to during our week in Vail where we had time to have a dining experience rather than just get fed.
Food was very good, but wouldn't say it was exceptional. We had the early reservation time (5:45PM) and definitely felt pressure from server to order, eat and clear out for next group. Despite our attempts to slow things down, the server either didn't read our clues, or ignored the m and was relentless in getting our order quickly. Food was served very quickly - no relaxing over dinner as the Italians do!
This is not good Italian food ! The fried calamari tasted like they use a tartar sauce/mayonnaise base to coat them in before frying ...the entrees are smothered in sauce....ugh! And to boot the waitress was eating while she was serving us...expensive and certainly not worth it....take a trip to Italy and watch how they cook so you master the art....less is more (and I don’t mean the portions) ...
Although my reservation was made more than a month ago, they didn’t honor the “ by the window” request and when I showed them the empty window table, they said it was for a frequent guest. I told the lady that I was returning guest for many, many years; she insisted that I could not have this table. The retaurant has other window table that were occupied.
After several years we finally went back again to Campo de Fiori. Had been disappointed previously. However, this time was just the opposite; just like years back when we first discovered it and the great Super Toscan 'Lucente'. Especially loved the ravioli funghi after the polpo nd frutti di mare (quite substantial). Somewhat weak was the chocolate mousse desert with berries. Great service and lovely atmosphere.
Meh...the service was competent, if not overly friendly. The food was serviceable with some selections better than others. Two of our pasta dishes were waaayyyy over-the-top salty and mushy, Swordfish fish of the day was very dry without a sauce, but the sides were good, but not $40 good. Their wine list is obscenely overpriced. I'm in the restaurant biz, a level 2 Somm and our establishment offers a 100% Italian extensive wine list, so we have many of their offerings...but Campo's prices are double our prices for the same wines/vintages. Prices way out of line for their menu ($15 for a starter bowl of vegetarian tasteless minestrone??!!) Prevent the heavy hand on the salt shaker, don't overcook the pastas adjust pricing a bit, and it would be a pretty good place.
First time to Vail & Campo di Fiori was recommended to us. We were looking for a comfortable location with fine cuisine. The food was good American fare but the guy @ the next table was obnoxious & loud. Every thought that came to his head was shared out loud. This made our dinner experience less than great. This was just our dumb luck. Better luck next time.
We’ve been to Campo de Fiori several times and it’s always consistent and very enjoyable. The food was very good but I hesitate to give 5-stars for a few reasons...the menu is solid but not super creative, the bread isn’t all that great, there are not really any vegan options and, in my opinion, it’s a little pricey for what it is. That said, it’s still very tasty, we all enjoyed our salads and entrees very much. Great, efficient and professional service....our waiter was friendly in the proper way. Last comment; the tables!! If you are claustrophobic this place wouldn’t be too fun - it’s kind of a European dining vibe but it’s so tight in btwn the tables the servers can barely maneuver and we had a table next to us who were partying which was ok as we were there with some friends having fun, too but for a date night or family dinner it was a little too close for comfort.
It's amazing to me how Campo is able to remain so consistent with the high quality of their product. My wife and I have frequented this fine establishment for the better part of 5 years and it never fails to deliver the goods! From the exciting dishes and outstanding service Campo is an experience that dazzles, moves and endures like a seasoned tango. Mira you are a lioness! Thank you for all the memories, see you again soon.
The very basic of Italian cuisine is to know how to cook you pasta. The pasta came out very soft. The other basic in Italian cuisine is the appetizer - beef carpaccio, it was no where to be found under a hip of salad, and when you find it , it is dark and not pink...terrible.
Service from the host to server to bussser was on point and friendly. Super cozy and comfortable vibe. Server informative and patiently explained all the Italian items I did not know. Mushroom ravioli to die for! Great night all around. I have already started recommending to my coworkers & will continue recommending and I can't wait to come back myself.
We tried Campo to kick off Vail Restaurant Week, where many restaurants offer regular menu items for $20.17, presumably to bring in local traffic during low season. I had the risotto with scallops, in a tomato base, which was very good. My wife had the scallopini, served with sautéed spinach and mashed potatoes. She enjoyed it and finished it. Service is good, the view is great, and it is kid friendly, based on the number of kids there (we were early - 6 pm). My only disappointment is that the portions are moderated to accommodate the special price. If a local brewery advertised half-price beers, and then served me an 8 oz draft, I would also feel a little disappointed.
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