Campo - Reno
Lunch: Mon-Fri: 11:30 am - 3:00pm
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dinner: Daily: 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm
This place never disappoints! Excellent food, drinks, and atmosphere!
Food was awesome, wait staff friendly and efficient.
Found Campo on a YouTube video about Reno. We were pleasantly surprised! Wonderful atmosphere and amazing food. Crispy polenta was the best!
Good food , a bit on the pricy side. Portions are small.
Amazing cocktails but the food was just ok. The service started great but as tables filled up it slacked off. We were never even given water refills. The vegetarian dish was so doused in balsamic vinegar that you could not taste the flavor.
This is our 3rd or 4th time eating at Campo while driving through Reno. We love this place for their gluten free offerings- the GF pizza dough is fresh & delicious.
We wait for an hour for food to arrive. Once food did arrive one of our entrees was forgotten.
Every time I’m in Reno I have to stop by Campo- the food is always delicious and the experience is always great! Highly recommend
Friendly staff made it a great first visit. The food was fantastic. We will be returning.
Food was ok, we ordered a pizza with mushrooms, ham, and garlic. We received a Cheese and Mushroom pizza. We also ordered the meatball appetizer which appeared to be frozen meatballs just heated up. There was a group of people nearby that were extremely loud and cussing up a storm. Service was slow but steady. Not sure if I would return.
This restaurant has definitely gone downhill from prior experiences. The service was slow to very slow. Three of four dishes came out cool (not hot) and had to be sent back.
Food is always great. Service is mediocre every time. I had an open table reservation that was confirmed and showed it to hostess. They had no record of it. Still seated us but hostess had no idea what was going on. Waitress disappeared for long periods of time.
Food was average.
Had to ask for utensils and seasonings. Menu stated drinks ordered were $9.00 but was charged $10.00. Really liked the place location and accepted the shortcomings. Web page doesn't indicated breakfast is served and no menu is on-line.
Mac and cheese was $32 and not worth it. No flavor and lobster was undercooked and rubbery. Pizza crust also undercooked.
Food was good but some items were under seasoned significantly. Also, a bit pricey but all in all a nice meal.
We brought a puppy with us, ate outside and the staff was great with water and extra pets for Louie!
Our waiter, A.J., was so slow it was incredible. He "forgot" one of our appetizers, but he conveniently blamed it on the cook. He could not bring me a refill of my club soda for 20 minutes, which he blamed on the really busy bartender [like my drink was less important because there was no alcohol in it]? When our food finally arrived, my pizza was like cardboard with catsup on it. When we pulled out the cupcakes that we brought ourselves for our friend's birthday desert, A.J. blamed US for not telling him it was a birthday [ignoring the fact that we had opened presents right in front of him and we had told the reservation desk staff it was a birthday as she walked us back to our table]. A.J. was into blaming others, which he can continue to do, but in our absence, because we all vowed to never go back there.
Every time we dine at Campo's, the experience is exceptional, exceeds our expectations. This particular visit was special, as an engagement gift to a couple in the family who enjoy fine dining.
Ignacio and his passionate team created the most exquisite five course meal, served with accompanying especially chosen wines. Our wonderful hostess Honor, was warm, knowledgeable about the food and very attentive. Our special guests loved the whole evening, the food, the experience, the warmth and the passion of all the staff. Thank you so much, we look forward to seeing you soon.
Chose Campo because of on-line reviews. The food was pretty good but the service was lacking. The staff couldn't figure out who was suppose to have our table, which led to long delays, then duplication of orders, etc.
We took our friend to lunch. Enjoyed the fish sandwich, blackened snapper. Very tasty, love the soft brio he bun and the slaw. My husband had the pork sandwich which he said was very flavorful.
Our friend had the risotto with beef.
Awesome as usual!
Campo makes great martinis. I love to sit at the bar to watch the bartender make them.
I had been disappointed with this restaurant in the past but was pleasantly surprised this time. Service was extraordinary, in fact, the entire staff was exceptional. Food was great, fairly priced, and served in a timely fashion. I will be back.
Great food, great service and river view. What more could there be!
We were celebrating my daughter's 30th birthday. AJ was amazing in helping to make sure her celebration was amazing. He was very attentive and the food and Sangria was just perfect for a night of celebrating.
A part of 6...Enjoyed a belated Father’s Day/Birthday dinner with my Father in law and Step Dad. Although it was an unusually busy Tuesday night, our Waitress did a good job. She was training as well so there was a delay in getting additional drinks to the table in a timely manner.
Food was really good. We had the heirloom tomato salad and crispy pig parts as appetizers. Entrees included the cioppino, rigatoni, short rib ravioli, brick chicken and pork platter.
We will definitely return!
Great food, but mediocre service. Our server was pleasant, but checked on us with a frequency slightly short of the minimum. We spent most of the meal waiting on our cocktails (2 rounds) and waiting for our server so we could order or request a needed item. It was still a nice experience overall but we decided against another round or dessert just because of the delay in being able to order them.
Hopefully this was just a one off, but we were disappointed in our dinner at Campo last weekend. Out of their focasia bread and then served us cut up wheat bread that looked like from some cheap loaf of grocery store bread. Bad style - should have just served nothing or made some flat bread in their wood ovens.
The table was sticky - like it wasnt very clean. The plates even sort of stuck to the table.
The roasted cauliflower - normally one of our favorites there, was not the same. Smaller portion, not cooked thoroughly, and missing most of the other ingredients in the dish (Parmesan, etc.). Very disappointed in that.
We took our friends there since they had never been and we just kept explaining to them "it's normally better". But now I dont know - Has Campo gone downhill lately???
Then they didnt honor our gift card so now we have to figure out what the problem is with that.
All in all NOT a very good experience, especially for our friends who had never been - I know they wont go back. We had our small wedding reception dinner there a few years ago after just randomly choosing it and loved it but now I wonder what happened there???
I took my parents here who were visiting Reno for the first tine and we were all blown away by the delicious food and speedy service. Definitely coming back!
What a wonderful spot to meet my kids for dinner. The food is fresh and delicious. We sat outside and enjoyed the beautiful evening very much
I love Campos but on a Tuesday night when it was not too busy, they sat us right across the restrooms. My Dad was in town and I recommended Campos and so that was a bummer. Food was worth the wait for sure.
Great food as usual but the problem was waiting way to long for our entree. I was told the kitchen was slammed. We waited about an hour.much to long, the waiter was very good it was not his fault. Sounds like a staffing problem
Have been a loyal customer but today was a bad experience. Major slow service (had to go get take home trays from kitchen myself...had to go to cashier to ask for bill, etc.). Maybe understaffed with holiday but definitely will seek alternative restaurants next time. Too bad
What a fun place. The Warriors were playing need I say more! When we sat down they brought over a complimentary lobster Mac & cheese. It was creamy full of lobster and just plain DELICIOUS! They carry Mexican coke & that just made my husband’s Jack & coke so much better. The gem salad had blue cheese and homemade croutons. The pizzas were thin and crispy just the way we like them, and we shared a dessert of flourless chocolate cake with gelato that came with a rich chocolate sauce & caramel sauce that we were fighting for the last bite.
Perfect! Love Campo for lunch !
We had 5:00 reservations, never served or offered bread, we had ask for it,we had to ask for empty plates to be removed, drinks so. Trash can in restroom over flowing with trash on to floor.
UNR graduation dinner. Our table was ready when promised and meals and service were great! The restaurant was very busy with several parties but our server was awesome.
I have been waiting seven years to eat at Campo, ever since they were suggested in Esquire magazine, and so after plans fell apart on three other occasions my friends and I finally met there for a nice dinner on a mid-week evening. The host seated us all up front, directly beside the host counter and front door, because apparently that's what reservations for a special occasion will get you. Our server, Ignasio, was very courteous and attentive. The drinks from the bar were all excellent. But, and here comes the whammy, the food was just barely ho-hum.
I ordered the Filet Mignon, supposedly 6oz, with Blue Cheese crust, which I ordered medium rare. What I received looked like a very small 4oz flat iron steak (based on texture and consistency), cooked well (all brown, through and through), and no discernible crust. Even after an appetizer, my entree still left me very hungry. Unfortunately, the 'Affogato' desert I chose was no better. A spoon scoop of vanilla gelato set atop dry cookie crumbs which looked and tasted like sugar granules with a shot of espresso.
The atmosphere was quite noisy, which can be off-putting if you're trying to have a conversation. Our seats were backed up to a high-top table, which, incidentally, had a teenage child playing drums on the counter top inches behind us. Campo advertises itself as a 'neighborhood' restaurant. I don't know what they mean by that, but for the average price of $75/person for small portions, I imagine the downtown Reno neighborhood is as hungry as they are affluent.
I rate Camp 2-stars, not because of my experience, which would have been 1-star, but because at least two others in our group had decent looking entrees and desert, and our server was excellent. The small portions and high prices, combined with absurdly loud atmosphere, aren't going to lure me back.
We had a very good meal, with great service. We will return to Campo on our next trip to Reno.