Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
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.
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 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.
Campo - Reno Ratings and Reviews
Friends from out of town were visiting so we had drinks at Centro and then walked over to Campo for a 6:30 reservation. Very short wait for a patio table riverside which would have been perfect except for the wafting up of a couple of passer by's joints and of course Campo has no control over who walks by below the patio. Wait staff very attentive but not overly and recommendations were helpful. Only hesitation was an expensive piece of Halibut that was about the size of a credit card and was the only thing swimming on a plate over sauced. Portion size was an issue for guests from SF who know what a $30+ entree should look like on arrival. No complaint on flavor as it was tasty but perhaps the side of shaved brussels spouts with pan roasted bacon should have been plated with the fish for a better presentation rather than being on its own serving dish. This minor issue would not stop me from recommending or making another reservation. But they would have to reassure me if I ever considered Halibut again that what was going to arrive was an entree portion rather than a starter portion. Either way, I'd definitely get the side on the plate to hedge my bet.
This was are second time visiting Campo. The first visit was outstanding, unfortunately they fumbled the ball, many times during our meal. Our server was great and attentive, she felt so bad about how the evening had gone. Drinks & app were great & the evening started out good. We waited with anticipation for the Kale Caesar & asparagus soup to come next. After quite some time passing they never came, instead a runner arrived with our entrees, we informed him that we didn't receive the soup or salad yet. He left & another runner arrived with the salad & soup, as well as a side of meatballs we ordered to go along with the entrees. The soup was flavorless & the poached egg for the kale Caesar was well done :( the runny yolk makes that salad amazing & was nowhere to be see. The meatballs were stone cold & under cooked. The manager then came over to speak with us about the mix up & assured us she would make sure everything was right the rest of the evening. I will say the staff & management did make great efforts to make things right. The re-fired meatballs they took back were never seen again. Then our entrees were delivered by the manager, my wife's gnocchi were amazing, my bucatini carbonara was not. The carbonara sauce had broke & was basically scrambled eggs, but I was starving & proceed to eat. Our server came back to check on us & noticed my dish didn't look right. She asked if they could make a new one but I said it was fine & I was hungry. A few moments later the chef actually came out & insisted I allow him to make it right, that was an awesome move on his part. I was so happy I said yes, that was one of the best carbonara's I've ever had! That helped save some of the night. We received the bill, the meatballs we never got were gone and the salad was taken off. Thought they could have done a little more, maybe take off the app or a glass of wine but we weren't upset that they didn't. I guess we caught them on a bad night. We'll be back again
Met some old friends for dinner. We have varied tastes and preferences and Campo was perfect. The menu is eclectic and we all had options. Food was very consistent and service was really above reproach. Drinks were good too! We all had a great time and will certainly return.
Arrive around 11:30 in the afternoon and thought they will have some kind of Lunch specials or even something like a brunch menu.
I blame the organizer for not checking the menus before booking it, is mainly more for Dinner.
Been with teenagers the food is more for adults.
Also a bit high on price.
Gnochi: cold. Risoto: cold. Pork plate: Center cut chop: way over cooked. Sausage: strange taste. Bacon: to die for (how do they do that?) Loin: excellent. Noise: obnoxious. Service: slow, likely because they were slammed. They were jammed at 5 pm on a Sunday evening.
Frequent visitor to Campo. Decided to try Easter Brunch and had an 11am rez. Campo was half empty when we arrived. Brunch menu had an omlette on the menu. All other breakfast-type items were lunch/dinner. Ordered 2 omlettes and a salad. Took :45 min to make. We sat facing the kitchen and the cook seemed overwhelmed the entire time we were there, yet no food was coming out. When omlettes finally arrived, my daughter asked for a side of toast. Took :15 additional min. We arrived a little before our 11am rez. Left at 12:40pm. Usually visit Campo monthly..... Will not be back
I've had a couple of good experiences here, but I'm sorry to report Easter Brunch was not a good one. We had reservations at 11:00am and waited well over 30 minutes for food, a very simple menu. Lots of people were working, but a lot of people were patiently waiting for their food. Coffee refills were very slow. I still like this place and won't let this experience dissuade me from trying it again.
We are Top Chef fans. As we were reviewing the menu we saw a tasting menu where the chef would create a special meal for your table. We decided to order this and it was amazing. It is supposed to be a four course tasting menu, but we had 5 courses, 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and 1 dessert. Everything was top notch and it felt a little like Top Chef, because we didn't know what we were getting until it came out.
Had a nice brunch at Campo this weekend, there was some confusion with the menus when we started, but the waitress was very helpful and accommodating when they didn't have what my husband wanted to order. They did a great job on decorating and branding across the restaurant and the food was very tasty.
Campo is the new life of Reno!
Located in the hip and trendy Midtown, Campo sits right on the riverfront - very romantic with a welcoming ambience. My girlfriend and I celebrated our 1 year anniversary here as it was one of the restaurants that stood out most to us on Yelp. The service was impeccable. Every single member of the Campo team from the host to our servers were very warm in welcoming us in. Acknowledging our anniversary, our hostess offered to seat us in a more intimate location. The dishes that stood out most to us were the 'crispy pig parts' and the 'Brussels sprouts with pancetta'. The crispy pig parts was a very tender and crispy piece of pork belly atop a bed of their rendition of cole slaw. The flavors married so well together and melted in our mouths. The balsamic glaze also went very well with the brussel sprouts and crispy pancetta. The two dishes we thought were lacking in flavor were the risotto and the pork platter.
We will definitely come back for the amazing service and delightful pork belly and brussel sprouts but will also try the pizza that everyone raves about on Yelp.
Thank you Campo for a memorable anniversary!
So our service was excellent, maybe a little to good as we felt as if we were being rushed through every part of our meal. We ordered our appetizers and the pizza came out undercooked. As we were just finishing our apps our food came out. We basically had to bus our own table to make room for our entrees.
So it would of been nice to enjoy our drinks and take a breather after our apps and have a little time to visit with one another but that wasn't the case. I like the restaurant but it seems to have fallen a little off. Maybe pass this one up the next time our friends come into town.
We were very excited to try Campo after reading reviews online. The restaurant is cute and in a nice location on the river. They were able to accommodate us even though we were early for our reservation. The service was bad. Our waiter may have been new but it took him a long time to take our order, deliver drinks, and bring out the food. The restaurant was busy but not packed. The food wasn't great either. The butter sage rabbit gnocchi had very little flavor and was dry, the carbanara was bland, and all the food was warm, not hot. We wouldn't recommend the place for dinner.
I love this place and have been coming here for years. But lately, the consistency in service and food quality has gone down hill.
The past five visits have all been chaotic; that is, each time the food and service is either spot on or horrible. By horrible, this is what I mean: Food is overcooked and sent back multiple times as they can't get it right. Service is, "here's your food and drinks, don't ask me for anything else" type of attitude.
Last night's dining experience had an overcooked steak and way too salty salad and fries.
Though the service was excellent, it doesn't make up for the sub-par food.
This place used to be a local staple and very consistent in both food and service quality. Not anymore. We will find a new place for our weekly date night.
First time going to Campo, but the the best experience. Waited longer than usual for service.
Drink order was never delivered. Focaccia bread that was offered was never brought to the table.
Appetizers also never made it to our table without any excuse why.
We ordered the steaks and they were not cooked as specified, which was frustrating.
I wouldn't recommend this restaurant if you're looking for anything other than a good looking place to eat and a view.
Had great hopes for Campo and very disappointed
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.