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About Campo - Reno
Campo - Reno is a Rustic Italian Restaurant. We have relaxed but attentive service. We change the menu daily. We serve local and organic foods. We serve Naples style Pizza, we cure our own salami and make all our pasta in house. Our beverage program is as fresh and seasonal as our menu. We have a fun and affordable wine menu and by the glass program. Campo runs many promotions, so please check our website www.camporeno.com to see what may be going on right now. Our patio is right on the Truckee River in downtown Reno. We bake all our breads in the wood oven and the 2 open kitchens are the focal point of the restaurant. Loosely translated Campo means gathering place. we welcome you to come on down and make yourself comfortable.
Reno, NV 89501
Italian, American, Pizzeria
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sat & Sun: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm / 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
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
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer Catered Office Lunches Monday- Friday. 11:00-12:30 Curbside Delivery is available. All serviceware is included. Please call the restaurant 775-737-9555 for the menu. Menus change weekly.
There is street parking, pm free parking in courthouse lot and we also validate for the parking gallery on First Street.
Campo is located at First and North Sierra in the Palladio in the Riverwalk area.
Private Party Facilities:
Campo offers room for private dining that can seat up to 60 people. Our restaurant is great for hosting birthday parties, wedding rehearsals, holiday parties. Campo in Sparks boasts a Private Dining that can hold up to 75 people. Can host any kind of event or meeting.
Private Party Contact:
Jaime Coble,: (775) 544-1218
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Campo - Reno Ratings and Reviews
Very good food. My only complaint was of all things, the green salad which had been doused in not only vinegar but lemon juice. My tongue curled up intolerant dry crust! But they fixed it without problem and everything else was excellent. The appetizers were especially good. We had bone marrow, fried calamari, warm olives and pork "pieces" for the table to share. Even the little kids gobbled it up.
Ask for a regular table if you are short or over 50. Sitting perched on an uncomfortable stool is not great.
The service was terrific.
The waitress was upbeat, personable and did her best hosting, bar tending and waiting alone. We had two starters the meatballs and fried pork parts (only pork belly, not parts), both were tasty and pretty good. But the pizza was awful. The worst pizza I’ve ever had my entire life, no exaggeration. The crust was sour, which didn’t make the black burnt crust taste ok if the crust was delicious and crunchy. It was a margherita Pizza with soggy runny reddish sauce, clumps of melted mozzarella not even crispy when the crust was black and these little desperate dried up specks of basil. It took a long time and our 6 year old was starving, so by the time it arrived she ate a half of slice but quit. I took 3 bites and was repulsed. The waitress was kind and took it back and brought our child a bowl of very al dente noodles that were starchy and chalky. We went back to our hotel room and luckily I had peanut butter and jelly to save the day. Forgivable only because we are not home and have a ton to do, but we will not return or suggestion Campos again. We will inform our family we are visiting here and friends about our unfortunate experience. I’m not one to write many reviews or lengthy ones at that, but this was a unique experience.
The service and ambiance were really nice. I had been here a few years ago and hence came back with a group of friends since we were celebrating a common friends bachelor party.
The food was horrible. The pasta's we ordered were bland. The carbonara was raw. There was no hint of salt or seasoning of any kind. Since we had such a bad run with the pasta, we thought the Pizza might be better. Nope, same lack of seasoning. Even though the pizza was cooked really well, it had no flavor.
The pasta tasted watery . The pizza's were insipid. One of the worst dining experiences. This is not an exaggeration.
We had not been for several months after a few less than stellar experiences. This time, the meal was perfect. All of the food was back to the high-quality perfection we used to love about Campo. I’m particularly fond of their duck specials. The five spice was perfect this time. The Old Fashioned was divine. The grilled pineapple mojito was also very good.
We have been eating here for a long time, somehow tonight the kale salad was not very pleasant half of the salad was yellowish leaf it means it’s not fresh and it is ready to go bad and the egg was over cooked not pouch like it should be. Anyway we got a replacement egg and talked to Ray the manager and he ended up taking it off the check stub which we did not request. Very nice oh him. Hopefully they will get it right the next time.
Second experience with campo with simply poor control over their food quality. The kitchen appears to be out of control and the waiters do not add any value as far as checking to see if the food is right. Last time we experienced the spicy cauliflower swimming in oil.
This time we experience:
1) all food not hot
2) sent back the ravioli because it was barely room temperature; 2nd attempt was exactly the same... Even the plate was cold. Here's where the waiter should have intervened and checked to be sure the second attempt was correct.
3) requested shishito peppers without vinegar but the came with it
4) despite assurances my pizza was on its way several times, it wasn't and when it came it was like warm.
Manager was extremely receptive to our feedback and made allowances on the bill. A dirty look on way out from other staff wasn't appreciated.
We first visited this place a couple of years ago and feel in love with it. That's why we kept coming back. This last two visits over last 6 months unfortunately has turned us off.
Campo is one of our go-to restaurants; always a great meal. Unfortunately, we had a slight miss this trip. One person ordered the brick chicken, but it was overcooked and dry. As we had theater plans, she decided not to send it back due to the time involved. The server did comp 50% of her meal, but it was not a satisfying experience for her. The rest of us were happy enough, despite the very small serving size of halibut. That said, it was just one night that wasn't perfect, and we would certainly return.
This place came highly recommended but didn't live up to the hype. Service was disjointed -- some things arrived really fast and others lagged behind and one side dish never made it at all. It was pretty basic fare but most items were cold or lukewarm and oversalted. It took forever to get the waiter's attention and get the check.
Ordered the Tri-tip special, cooked medium rare. When served, it was medium well, obviously it was not checked before served. Complained to the waiter, he said that he would replace. He promptly returns stating that the chef said all cuts were medium well.
The staff was gracious, stat5ing that I would not be charged and asking if I wanted a replacement item, which I declined. The manager also apologized and reiterated that I would not be charged.
I've been spoiled previously living in Los Angeles and the San Francisco areas when it comes to food. Reno has been a challenge made especially hard since my husband is a vegan. A friend recommended Campo-said it rivals SF cuisine. I would have to politely disagree. I had the gnocchi which was probably the most bland gnocchi I've ever had. My husband had the ancient grains and vegetables. A lot of quinoa with some vegetables added. We could have made that at home for significantly less than the price. It was however better than the gnocchi. We were both pretty disappointed. The shishito pepper app was good, but again I've had much better. Dessert was great- had the caramel budino. Very tasty. And we love the sustainable, farm to table concept. The food flavors really need to be turned up a notch though. We will continue our quest for great food in Reno. We have a few favorites that really cater to the vegetarian/vegan diet, but they are more casual. Need more upscale eateries that have creative and delicious options.
First time enjoying Campo. Have heard wonderful things about it from several friends and it did not disappoint! Our party of 6 was seated early and attended to quickly. The atmosphere was energetic and bustling. Our server got everything right the and even split all the checks perfectly for us!
Now, the food... Omg. So good. We all got something different and took turns tasting each others dishes. I loved everything, but my risotto and scallops were superior. My friend's salmon came in a very close second. A pitcher of sangria and the cheese plate offered delightful new tastes and experiences.
I cannot wait to go back again and try even more of their offerings. I'm excited to introduce this spot to others and visit the Sparks location too!
Brought the parents and in-laws who thought it was a little loud. Food was great, and although there was a mix up with appetizers, the service was fine. Campo is one of our favorite restaurants and will continue to be as long as they have friendly workers and great food.
Great experience overall, I will definitley go back. Just a few things they can improve on - for a Saturday night they didn't seem prepared for the amount of people. They were out of a few things on the menu as well as would not serve us bread after asking several times because they had "messed up" the recipe that night. Bummer because we took friends there from out of town and had talked up the bread! My meal was the risotti, the flavor was good except the pepper was way overpowering.
I live in Berkeley, CA - foodie ground zero - but I always look forward to a chance to eat at Campo. The food is always very high quality but unpretentious in its presentation. Service is friendly but professional. It's a great place to share dishes with friends.
Gluten free pizza crust was thick and undercooked. It was gooey.
Carbonara was more of an alfredo with the heavy cream sauce. Pasta was too thick and with the cream was just too heavy of a dish. Traditional carbonara doesn't have cream sauce, just eggs, cheese and Olive oil.
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