Conveniently located in midtown Atlanta, Campagnolo’s is a beautiful, intimate Italian restaurant with a warm and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant offers both indoor seating with private booths and an outdoor patio that spills out to the open road. The menu at Campagnolo’s features a number of Italian staples, including hearty pasta dishes and oven-fired pizzas. This restaurant also features an indoor bar that serves delicious cocktails and exotic drinks, as well as wine and sodas for every type of guest.
Campagnolo invites guests to their live piano nights on Fridays and Saturdays and to their early brunch on the weekends. Wine is served at half price on Wednesday nights. Campagnolo also offers catering services that can be adapted to everything from personal dinners to large parties. This restaurant is open Mondays through Sundays.
We had a wonderful experience along with an excellent dinner. The vibe here was buzzing and the attention to detail was spot on. We met some nice people that we bonded with over drinks while waiting for our table. Just a really great night. Kudos to Jason and the Dylan for great service and friendly discussions.
Food was delicious. We enjoyed sitting outside and drinking our wine before ordering dinner. Service was top notch. We’ll come back next time we’re in Atlanta.
Every time I’m in Atlanta I come here for the lasagna! Best lasagna I’ve ever had!!
Overall, I really like Campagnolo. It's a fun atmosphere and the food is consistently good. The Lasagna is the best in town!
Such a great experience from starting with the antipasti platter and a nice bottle of wine for the table to finishing with the chocolate cake! Our waiter - AMAZING and very attentive while managing a much larger group at another table.
Wonderful flavors-terrific patio
Wine and appetizer was very good but chicken caprese was mediocre at best.
Brandon was funny & knowledgeable and attentive. Lasagna, drinks & chocolate cake were great. Quiet atmosphere. Just excellent. Now my favorite Atlanta restaurant!!!!
All great! Just really Loud in the main Eating area.
This place is an absolute gem
We were fortunate to have really nice weather in July and sat outside. Great for conversation and just enjoying midtown. Food was great, service was very attentive and responsive. The owner obviously is involved in the business and cares. Will go back soon!
Location and outside area is great. But food not so much. Pasta was totally over cooked (not even close to ‘al dente’). And small arugula salad for $8 way too simple.
Also they are extremely inflexible in regards to the Atlanta passbook we are having which provides a complimentary entree; and they didn’t agree to cover just an appetizer instead of an entree. We are using that voucher book in order to try out new places but this hasn’t worked here. So we will not be back or recommend to friends.
Our server kept disappearing. We ordered a bottle of wine, and we had to literally ask her where it was after 15 minutes. We received our apps very timely, but then the wait was 25 minutes AFTER we finished the apps until the main course came. We had to ask about it, and one of the four entrees came out cold. One other at room temp.
Definitely service issues.
This restaurant has potential to be something even better with a few small tweaks:
1. A better sense of arrival at front door. Was not sure if I was entering the front or Just the back patio of this establishment. Some small strings of lights or lanterns, signage by door, etc. would help make this clear.
2. A larger menu. While the food is excellent, the options are rather limited to two small pages. No chicken or eggplant parmesan! Why not?
3. Warmer environment. Decor could be a little less austere and more comforting. Noise reverb should be reduced.
I went to Campagnolo on a date. We were a little late for out reservation time but they seated us quickly. Our server was very friendly and we were able to sample a few wines before decided on a bottle that we liked. The ambiance is nice. Simple decor but trendy and casual. My date loves italian food and was a huge fan of the lasagna. I had the capellini with meatballs, which was also very good. I was looking forward to tiramisu for dessert but they said they recently took off the menu. I was a bit disappointed because of this but I would definitely come back here again.
Good food and service
Good food and strong drinks hahah. Very nice vibe and interior.
Good food. Nice outside.
The food was amazing. Service may have been a bit slow, but probably because we were a large group and mostly indecisive. All the employees were very accommodating.
Manager was very nice and professional, rain came down on us and he moved us to a table inside even though they were booked. Service was great, food extremely salty
Just “meh”. The service was friendly but rushed and unattentive. Our server didn’t really check in on us and failed to fill our water glasses. The food was fine but nothing special compared to other local Italian restaurants. I don’t think we’ll go back
Amazing food, ate every bite we could at the restaurant and then went after the leftovers! Nice space, seems very “adults only.”
Been many times. Service great on this visit but but Food not as good as prior visits - chicken piccata had almost no flavor - meatballs with polenta not as good as prior visits.
Had this been first visit - would likely not return for food - likely just a one off experience.
Great food and service
I love Campagnolo! Dinner and Brunch often and never had a bad time or meal. The patio is great when it's nice outside and the people are always very attentive and nice. Food is great!
Family in town visiting and birthday
Great local italian place. The Lasagna rocks
This is a great location in the heart of midtown with awesome staff, great food, and very cool neighborhood.
Nice Sunday brunch and a great afternoon on the patio-Service was excellent!
My friends love this place and I had never been. We went for Sunday lunch on Memorial Day weekend so there weren't many people there. The service was excellent. The Shrimp and Polenta was good, but not great, as were the bellinis. I'd go back with friends but I doubt it would be the place I would pick.
Good Italian in a cute room, and it certainly made do for a nice dinner out. Highpoints were the broths as well as roasted hens. Tough sector for restaurants and there is a lot of competition for food like this. The patio must be a big draw.
The meal was EXCEPTIONAL! My dry-rubbed ribeye was delicious and my wife's scallops were scrumptious. The draft Peroni was very fresh. We also received excellent service. It was just a fantastic experience...
We were so disappointed. Our server had zero personality and didn't seem to hear well. The food was okay, but nothing to write home about. Over all, it was just disappointing and we won't go back. There are way better Italian restaurants in Atlanta.
Everything was ready for us when we arrived and we had reservations for 17. The Server Michelle was very attentive and pleasant. They were accommodating with allergies. Would have given the place a five star but not all of the dishes were up to that caliber and the wine selection was mediocre. Overall though We enjoyed are and I would recommend it to someone.
Campagnolo is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. It’s classy yet pretty affordable. The restaurant is beautiful and when the weather is right it’s such a great time to sit on their patio and people watch. Everyone is welcomed here and they treat you like family.
Their brunch is timeless, and the piano bar on the weekends is so much fun. I’d definitely recommend to a friend.
Food, drinks, and ambiance appears to have gone downhill.
The food and service are consistently excellent here.
The food is really very good, the prices are quite reasonable. and the service was great. My only complaint is that the decor and lighting are a bit gloomy.
The Chicken Picatta and Mushroom pasta was wonderful!!
The food was good but not extraordinary. The antipasti platter was fine; the trout was a bit salty but the sauce with it very tasty. Lots of lima beans in the dish. My companion enjoyed the chicken piccata. The star of the show was the buttermilk panna cotta. I would like to have that again!