Campo - Reno
Awesome as usual.
Excellent appetizers and main dishes. Great place!
Was a great night out with my family, and Sage was a great server.
The breakfast menu is a fantastic bargain. All pates are $9.99 and include eggs your way, omelets with your choice of filling, and Eggs Benedict with a choice of fillers. Sides include home fried potatoes with the house-made tomato jam and bread of your choice with fabulous apple butter. They feature coffee from Lighthouse Roasters. Most of their menu items are regionally grown and produced. This is a definite "don't miss" for breakfast.
Exceptional dinner experience! The service was spectacular! The chef de Cuisine went out of his way to make our visit special as we were celebrating an engagement. Sean is an amazing chef and so knowledgeable of the locally sourced ingredients and how to use them to create culinary treats. We were a large party of 12 including three kids and the service could not have been better. I strongly recommend this restaurant!
So very sorry to have to report that this was the worst food we have had in an "open table quality" restaurant...ever. I do not care to give poor reviews but feel that our food experience here was just so disappointing. Our reservation was at 5:45pm reservations on NYE. When we arrived the restaurant had maybe 3 tables occupied yet the Hostess sat us in the very corner near the cleaning supplies. My husband looked past her, into the empty restaurant, and shrugged. Great first impression. She noticed and moved us to a booth. Our Server was energetic and friendly. We went with her recommendation for a starter of kale salad. She said it was her favorite because of the poached egg. The salad came out and yolks were hard. Server saw this, apologized and took the salad back for correction. Ten minutes later, new salads come out and no yolk in the "poached" egg at all. Nope, none! not kidding. Obviously the prep chef cares alot about the success of this restaurant....not. The pork sampling platter dish my husband ordered was salty and over-priced based on quality and portion. I ordered the "Chef's choice" appetizer sampling and the grilled prawns were delicious - thank goodness bc I shared with my hubby to make-up for my having made such a terrible choice in a restaurant to spend NYE. Complete disappointment and sort of embarrassed for them.
We had dinner here last night and had the worst experience. Our reservation was at 7:00 and we arrived at 6:58 to be exact and didn’t get seated until a little after 7:20. Some one came to our table The server didn’t come to our table until 7:40
The worst service possible. I can’t believe we even tipped the waiter.
Everything was excellent. Our server was especially accommodating and friendly. Made our celebration exceptionally special. We’ve eaten here before and will come again!
The food was good but not great, and the portion of the appetizer and dessert was ridiculous. The service was very good.
The reservation was for 12:30 and it wasn’t busy at all.
After 1:15, I had to go find someone to check on our food and then again to get our check so we could get to the Pioneer before 2:00.
Great as usual!
When I am in town, I try and eat at Campo and I have never been disappointed! Their food is amazing! If you don't try it, you are missing out on a local gem!
I'd really like to say something nice here, but we decided to give Campo one last try and we failed to be impressed. It is clear they are trying and hustling, but the quality of the food was very mediocre. We ordered the meatball appetizer and the sauce was bland and the meat not seasoned enough. One person had the gnocchi and it too needed seasoning. Most disappointing were the pizza and the roasted cauliflower. The cauliflower was dry. The chef had neglected to put any olive oil or seasoning in to make the croutons yummy and the cauliflower moist. There was literally no flavored oil to dress thing in at the bottom of the dish. The pizza was really blah. The sauce didn't cover the dough, there was nothing special about the dough and there really was no blending of flavors. We decided we had experienced enough mediocre for one evening and skipped dessert. I can see that they are trying.... but I won't be back.
We did the chefs menu and the food it was beyond amazing! Everyone was so nice, wonderful experience!
Great meal, great staff, good neighborhood family friendly restaurant
Breakfast should be included in the list of good things to check. At $9.99 my omelette was excellent with plenty of vegetarian options. Definitely would recommend.
Horrible service, food wasn’t great and felt very neglected
We’ve eaten here several times and the food is always fantastic. The service, on the other hand, tends to be a bit on the slow side. We’ve even had a few waiters who we had to keep flagging down because they seemed to forget about or ignore us.
Really enjoyed the atmosphere and the service was awesome! What a great spot too.
The food portion was just right and the prices were fair. I will be going back for more!
The food was outstanding,great service, very helpful and knowledgeable employees,great atmosphere,a nice quaint place. We had a very good experience and time.
very disappointing (after having been here before, the new ownership, while offering friendly service, has let the kitchen slide terribly).
Bean soup was a broth with no flavor and the same can be said for the wild boar pasta - very little in the way of taste including a tomato sauce that totally missed the mark.
Our table also had a prix fix meal with a mediocre salad, a tasty tiger shrimp/pork belly app and a very nice mahi mahi. But the desert; cannoli was laughably bad - the pastry shell was hard as a rock, the chocolate that was allegedly mixed in with goat cheese had no taste at all, and the one little pastry (the smaller than your thumb) was overpowered by a raspberry sauce.
The service however was friendly and attentive enough, as was the front end - just wish the kitchen could have pulled it together.
Left message for reservations on phone recording. Never had a return call. Made reservations on open table instead. Was seated in the bar by the cold window. The restaurant was empty as it was only 5:00. Left sitting for quite some time before getting our order. No specials mentioned nothing refilled or freshened. Spaghetti was warm not hot. No bread offered. Drinks were good.
Think Sports Bar offering locally sourced food but not doing a particularly good job of it. Stick with steak, burgers and pizza but if you venture into the menu for grilled squid expect to be disappointed as it comes swimming in a sweet sauce of some sort. Pasta with wild boar ragu was ok as were their soups and salads.
Chill, pleasant ambiance and good food
We love this place and will come back time and time again!
We have had lunch at Campo twice and this was the first time we had dinner there. It was a real treat! The food is outstanding and the service was fantastic. We enjoyed every morsel. A must if you’re visiting Reno
All 4 in my birthday dinner party were pleased with our orders. 3 ordered pasta dishes and I ordered the fresh fish of the day. We also loved our cocktails. The budoni was meh -- I couldn't understand all the hoopla in the reviews about it. We dined mid-week on the patio.
Took an hour to receive our food - after other large parties were sat after us.
It was our wedding dinner and Jason took good care of us and made our party very enjoyable.
This was our second time dining here. Enjoy the variations and selections of ingredients on their menu, however this time ordered something that was served was not as described. The menu said pumpkin gnocchi with chanterelles mushrooms, but to my surprise was served pumpkin gnocchi with baby portabella mushrooms instead. Different taste and texture then anticipated. When the waitress asked the chef he said it was because the chanterelles had not come in this morning- then tell the wait staff to let the customers know or take it off the menu! When the bill came it was not apparent that the meal had been removed-the waitress did not indicate that- the bill just said we saved $24. That was a lot for a pasta dish but would have been well worth it if it had been served as described. Will think twice before visiting again.
I had heard wonderful things about Campo but was immediately discouraged when the server took 5 minutes (at least) to acknowledge our table. I was disappointed in the food selections, I am vegan and there weren’t many options. We will not be returning any time soon.
Great location for dining before theater at Pioneer Center. But on this occasion they got too busy. Reservation was at 5 PM; Had to leave by 6:30; main course served at 6:20. Food overall was great, they apologized profusely; still, could not really enjoy the main course or desert from my fixed price option. I will go back, but will make sure to plan a different time frame.
We went here for dinner before the theater and it was a highlight in our evening. Cocktails were creative and well made. The food was outstanding, especially the brick chicken and squash. Even though it was very busy, the wait staff were friendly and efficient. Our waiter, Ryan, was attentive without being intrusive.
Awesome as usual. See you next time!
Sticky tables (even after having them wiped again for us), good service until it got crowded then they forgot about us (they did offer us wine on the house for the wait which was nice), terrible desert (cannoli, hard and tasted like it was 3 days old and had almost no flavor). We complained and the manager apologized and gave us a discount but we didn’t feel the quality or the food nor the service were with a $100 dinner for two.
We chose Campo as a walkable option from our hotel and close to the Pioneer Center. The food was great, there were plenty of dishes that fit our choice in foods, and we got in early enough to take advantage of happy hour. The server was attentive but not overbearing. I love their water glasses.
I’ve been here before and the food was awesome. Recently had dinner and the food was terrible and over priced.
The food was creative but not previous. I love the fact that they have a wall of pictures of the farmers from whom they get their food.
Campo never disappoints. They have consistently good food, drinks, and service.