Campo - Reno
Food was nice, and of good quality. But...the service left a lot to be desired. Between dropping off the menu and being able to order: 20 min. Server was at neighboring tables, but he never looked over even once. Probably also because of the delay, there was no "rare" in the two "medium-rare" steaks. We still like Campo, and will come back, but we will avoid this server.
service was horrible asked for food order then drinks one ordered an absolute with no lime and olives on rocks got a lime no olives finally got wine and beer out of wine glasses. my food Rigatini Campo cold , no bread offered at all no silverware. asked for parmesan got dropped off on a fly by but all done with meals. when picked up plates told her it was cold she said oh im sorry walked away brought ck
The location is right on the river which is great. The restaurant itself seems current and fun. Food is nothing special and service is mediocre.
Food arrived cold. The server was great and did bring us fresh hot french fries as the fries were ridiculously cold. My chicken sandwich was dry and cold. My friends pork sandwiches were room temp and unremarkable. Beer and wine were very good. The place wasn't busy, so I am not sure what happened. Was disappointed as this place had high ratings and good reviews.
Very disappointing experience. Had to send our food back. Our server was polite, and handled the situation properly.
Honestly I was looking forward to eating here because I saw a prior review that stated they made accommodations for being vegetarian. So I simply asked for vegetables to be added to my pasta instead of the meatballs and they were happy to accommodate me. It was delish and everyone was happy with their options as well.
High quality farm to table food. Terrific service and cozy ambiance in a terrific location next to the river. A bit pricey ($14 garden salad)but worth it for the delicious, healthy food.
It’s a lovely place but the pizza was not great and the service is very slow!
Wow! This place was amazing. I live in Walnut Creek and Campo beat all of my faves.
great appetizers great ambiance good drinks
i woukd go again!
Got a recommendation in’s Reno for locally sourced, organic, healthy dinner for “date night” with my wife. Campo was the recommendation.
Caitlin was amusing and engaging and made some great jokes. Our cocktails were well balanced. The locally sourced NY steak was tasty and well prepared. The duck fat potatoes were just the right complement to the steak.
All were a great backdrop to a quiet evening with a lovely lady. Will definitely return when we are in Reno.
Gave this place two tries. Last year it was great. This visit- steak ordered to medium rare came out nearly void of pink. Ordered starter and was told they could accommodate allergies. Took a bite - hot with spices. Can’t eat. Brought second plate without grilling in garlic as originally promised. Waitress was great. But many other “allergy safe” restaurants for me in Reno. Won’t go back. $$$
Very glad that we stopped by Campo. The food, service, and location were perfect!
Budino is sooo yummmy! Portions are just right. Will surely go back in a heartbeat.
Very good upscale, innovative food with an Italian flair in a casual atmosphere. On this Saturday night the service was very good considering that the restaurant was extremely busy. My only complaint is that the noise level was so high that my dining partner and I had a hard time hearing each other speak.
Yes and No. Not definitive. Concern with only one jar of Jam that was brought to our table then taken from our table to other tables. Very unsanitary and Campos is setting them selves up for food borne illness if not worse. Recommend correct immediately.
Excellent food and service. Noise level was a bit high, but booths were ok.
We love going to Campo when we are in town for our annual convention. Have enjoyed the tasting menu and the pizzas two years in a row.
We were the last table to be served that night because it was 8:30 on a Sunday night. We started by ordering an appetizer which was the burrata cheese with pesto, sun-dried tomato paste and crackers. Seriously one of the best I have ever eaten! I want to replicate that! Next, we ordered a Kale Caesar salad. This was pretty tasty. Finally, we ordered a pizza with pesto and chicken on it. It had good flavor but crust was way to charcoaled! The crust was cracking in our mouths in every bite. In addition, it took like 40 min from the time we ordered until the time when we received the pizza. Our waiter was very good looking (he looked like a model) but acted like he had aspirations over and above that job because he wanted the least to do with our table as possible. All in all though, the food here was fairly good and the price was very reasonable. I would definitely come back again.
I thought the food was very good but a bit pricey. Our waiter was inattentive.
Food was just OK. I had the Carbonara. It was more Alfredo then classic Carbonara. Cobbler for dessert was covered in granola mix. Didn’t care for it.
We were given a nice quiet table in the back for a party of eight. Service was excellent, food was beyond what we expected! At lunch, things were quiet, so we felt relaxed and able to take our time with our meal.
I was expecting something a little different after looking at the menu. The restaurant was full of young people in jeans and the noise level was incredible. It’s great if you want to stop in for a pizza and beer, but an odd choice for an expensive entree. That said, the flavor and execution of the food was excellent. My only complaint was that we ordered two dishes that sounded vegetarian (beet gnocchi and mushroom risotto) only to have them both come with red meat. Vegetarians don’t always recognize those fancy terms for meat. And they were very unnecessary additions to the dish flavor-wise.
Slowest service we've ever had. Seemed like there was lots of staff but not enough waiters. Food was good as usual.
You should order pizza there - it is good and properly cooked.
Don't go for mushroom risotto - the rice is ok and "al dente", but over all is more like a some mexican arroz roio and it is so hot that you don't get any taste at all.
Don't go for pasta al'a carbonara - it is poor.
The service is very pleasant!
A perfect place to go for some pizza & beer party with friends but don't expect fine dining :)
58°F on two separate days we visited for dinner. Asked, but waiter was “we’ve been having difficulties”. Offered no recompense. Slow service both nights. Pasta, steaks and sides were good, Ciopino definitely subpar with no value added spaghetti in the bland (supposedly spicy) broth. Little seafood. Temp was so cold that it made the long waits very unpleasant and actually broke one of the pasta sauces, making it gritty. This place used to be a good place to come but no longer. Not worth the mediocre and overpriced main dishes, slow service and frigid temps.
The small plates here are amazing, as well as the pizza. This time we tried the "Skinny Nikki" which was very unique, although I like the Bee Sting better. Our go to appetizer is the Polenta- it's the best I've ever had, crunchy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and a heavenly soft cheese to dollop on the top. The cocktails are a must try as well. Romantic booth just for us on a rare Reno date night.
Food was overpriced for what what offered. Our waitress would disappear for 15 minutes at a time leaving us wondering if she would show up again. By the end of our meal she came by and mentioned that she would check on our entrees. We had to tell her that we already finished.
We had a great time. There was tiny bit of a wait for bread, but nothing major. Campos is my go to for a reason!
I was warm that I got a smaller portion than last time I ate there but everything was still great 😊
Delicious food. Ny steak as tender as a filet. Homemade pasta was top notch
Went for Valentine’s Day. Service was slower than normal. Took 5-10 minutes to get drinks ( glass of wine). Food was great as per the norm for Campo.
Extremely long wait between courses.
Food was just okay, not a good value for the cost.
After finally receiving dessert we were rushed to leave.
I will not be returning
Had the prix fixe menu. I had the crab cakes, dungeness crab pasta and sea bass, my wife had the same starters with the lamb chops. The crab cakes were very good if not a touch salty, the pasta dish may have been the best pasta I've had in Reno - perfectly al dente, wonderful fried lemons and the best pesto I have had anywhere. The sea bass seemed to be of the black bass variety - not the tooth fish (chilean) and was OK. The lamb chops were fantastic, seasoned perfectly and more of the great pesto. for desert we both had the signature budino which was very good.
Everything was great, the food, the service, the ambiance, but our table was so sticky that our glasses stuck to the table.... perhaps time for new tables, Table cloths or change your bar rag?
Great service and an amazing menu. Waiter was able to accommodate my need for food not to be cooked with Dairy. Meal was very satisfying.
Ryan was wonderful! Food likewise. We will be back soon.
Awesome as usual.
Excellent appetizers and main dishes. Great place!
Was a great night out with my family, and Sage was a great server.