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 and many other events.
Campo - Reno Ratings and Reviews
Exceptionally mediocre food for inflated ...
Exceptionally mediocre food for inflated prices. The bartender was slow and my old fashioned tasted like couch syrup. Service was polite and efficient, but that can't make up for undercooked pizza with a crust so chewy that it was a chore to eat. Dessert was good but tasted like the ingredients came from a can or box.
This place was fantastic when the original owner ran the show. Unfortunately, since he sold it off, it's just another mediocre pizza place. This is the second disappointing dinner I've had here. I wanted to give it another chance, but I won't be returning.
This place is so inconsistent. My husban ...
This place is so inconsistent. My husband and son went a month ago and had a great experience. I was just there with my two kids and it was terrible. We had a 5:30 reservation and did not get out of there until 7:00 - and all we had was pizza. It started out with trying to order drinks from the menu that they were out of ingredients for. The pizza that we had was not what we ordered. We ordered the Duck Yeah pizza that was supposed to have arugula on it - no one told us there was no arugula, they just served it, I would have changed my order happily. My daughter had The Hunter pizza - with no truffle oil on it. The worst part of the whole evening was the two worthless managers - Joanna and Sabrina Hodell. Those were the names given to me. They were horrible. No one came to apologize for how long we had to wait, just a quick apology or reason would have gone a long way. The only interaction we had with them was one wordlessly taking the bill without so much as a smile or hope you enjoyed your meal. No - they ignored us. I will not be back. There are better restaurants in town.
We look forward to visiting Reno so that ...
We look forward to visiting Reno so that we eat at Campo. This year however was not as good as prior years. We heard they had a new chef. The famous cauliflower was very spicy and garlicy and we typically like both in our food but it was way too much! The pizza was doughy and not crispy. The meatball typically has been amazing but this time it was very light in flavor and pretty much in plain tomato sauce. The waitress was extremely busy. We ordered our appetizers and she did not take our dinner order for an hour later. We had very good wines that were brought in and no management seemed to be around to help her open our good wines and she broke the cork. She did apologize and tried to make it up to us. They needed more help and need management to support their wait staff!
Campo is just not the same. Menu has be ...
Campo is just not the same. Menu has been dumbed-down somewhat, not nearly as innovative as before. The last two times we've been here, the egg on the kale salad was more like hard-boiled than poached. No yolk to mix in with the kale.
Service has been very uneven. This most recent time we were seated at least five minutes before the table next to us, but our server brought their drinks first. We had to ask her and another person to check on ours before they finally arrived. Then another person brought us three pieces of bread for four people, promising to come back with more, but never returned. Dishes weren't cleared between courses so the servers were trying to put plates on the table, with no room for them! Just dumb stuff like that. Our impression was that Campo has cut back on staffing: not enough servers or bus staff for the level of tables being waited on.
It's still a good place if you're downtown and want to walk from theaters, bars, etc., and they still validate parking, which is nice. Oh, and BTW if you have a Campo Card, they will only honor what points you have: they are being done away with.
We've been to Campo before and expect a ...
We've been to Campo before and expect a certain level of service and food quality. Unfortunately that did not happen this time. Food came out at different times for different plates and some food was missed altogether. Some food was piping hot and some cold. There was cork in wine that was poured and we had to ask repeatedly for water to be refilled.
While some of the food was good, some was either bland or cooked improperly. What was supposed to be a nice holiday dinner with family was instead focused on the service and food issues.
This is my FAVORITE restaurant in Reno, ...
This is my FAVORITE restaurant in Reno, hands down. The kale salad is a must-have, but you really can't go wrong with anything on the menu!! The cocktails are delicious (although they add up quick) and the beer selection is usually heavy on the local beers. They tout themselves on being fresh, local, and supporting the Nevada and NorCal farming communities. Anyway, lots of shareable things, great pastas, and yummy appetizers.
We have really enjoyed this restaurant i ...
We have really enjoyed this restaurant in the past. But things have changed. The Campo pizza is no longer memorable. The radicchio salad was not remarkable. Decaf coffee at the end of the meal seemed to be watered down espresso. All in all, very disappointing.
I read other reviews about the service a ...
I read other reviews about the service and wait times for the food. I must disagree with those who stated the service was bad and it took too long to get their food. If anything the service was intent on getting our orders in before we were ready to start our main course. We started with an appetizer and before we even received it the waitress wanted to start our main course. I understand that some dishes take longer to prepare, but as this was a casual dinner we were not in a mood to be rushed.
The main course was excellent and the staff was very attentive.
The only negative was that as soon as I took the last bite, the check appeared. We still had drinks to finish. This is a pet peeve of mine and I understand the American restaurant model of get the customer in and out as soon as possible. But when eating at a nice restaurant you should not feel rushed.
They sat the 2 of us at a table too smal ...
They sat the 2 of us at a table too small to fit the tombstone-sized menus. There was not even a "pasta" on the night's list of "specials". I ordered the "Bucatini-Carbonara". It boasted brussels sprouts of which there were a few leaves. I liked the texture of the noodles, but they were buried in a garlicky milk soup. Disgusting. Not carbonara at all. I will never return.
Our favorite place in Reno. Great cockta ...
Our favorite place in Reno. Great cocktails and had a fantastic meal again. Kale salad is always delicious, and the pork platter is always great (4th different version I've had but still great). I wish I had Brussel sprouts lime that when I was little.
I doubt I will come back. I was on a bus ...
I doubt I will come back. I was on a business dinner and the amount of time to wait on our entre was too long. We ordered approximately 6:15 and received our food by 6:45. By the time our food arrived, we ate quickly and then ordered dessert at 7:20. By 7:30, the dessert hadn't arrived. The food itself was acceptable as far as taste but I was very unimpressed with the wait times...particularly due to the fact it was a business dinner. If it were a casual dining purpose, I might not have minded so much but by the end of two hours, I was not impressed. If we had stayed longer, that should have been our choice, not due to the fact that it took so long to get anything. I should have checked Yelp, which I did note afterward, unfavorable reviews regarding the wait times. To add to it, portion sizes per what they charged were not a value. The room where we were sat (7 of us) was nice until a larger party came in. The acoustics are awful for this. It became so loud that we were only able to really converse with the people closest to us. If I do decide to give Campo another chance, it will DEFNITELY not be for a business dinner. It will have to be when I have time to wait...a while.
The hostess was rude and condescending w ...
The hostess was rude and condescending when we were 15 minutes early. She refused to seat us until our reservation time even though there were many available tables and proceeded to seat another party without a reservation while we waited. We were then seated at a table next to the cooler and an open door on a 50 degree night. Our waiter was extremely slow. The food was a huge disappointment. Campo used to be one of our favorite restaurants but after this experience we will not be back. Campo's claim of being a neighborhood restaurant where they treat their patrons as they wish to be treated is a joke.
unfortunately, very busy, poor service.. ...
unfortunately, very busy, poor service..food good...management probably needs to think about staffing...expected more...will give one more try. maybe too many cost cuttings? dunno, but management should be receptive to feedback.
I went there with a friend who had vario ...
I went there with a friend who had various food limitations. The waitress was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We did not have dinner but we had appetizers ,soup the special salad. They were all exceptional. H;ave been before and will definitely go again. John
My wife and I have eaten at Campo many t ...
My wife and I have eaten at Campo many times by ourselves, with friends, and with family, and have never been disappointed. The service is awesome and the food has always been as delicious as it is varied. The best review I can give came from my father, who is Italian, when he said, "this is the closest thing to an authentic Italian restaurant I have been to in the states."
Under direction of chef Holman previousl ...
Under direction of chef Holman previously of Charlie Palmer Steakhouse he is now wxecutive chef of Reno and Sparks version of Campo. I was impressed enough with the Sparks facility to try the Reno restaurant which many people have had mixed opinions on under prior chefs. For Sat brunch i had Calzone stuffed with sausage and eggs with maple syrup. My companion had the D.R.O.P salad of locally grown veggies. Both dishes were done as one would expect in sn upscale restaurant. Campo is back as one of the area's best. I hope the chef does not fall into prior chef Mark Estees' trap of operating too many establishments where control is lost. If he sticks to these two places Reno will have a real treat
The slow decline continues. We used to l ...
The slow decline continues. We used to love Campo. But in the last year and half the quality of food has declined. And now under new ownership, we have noticed portions shrinking and quality declining more. Sadly, we are likely not going to make of point of dining here anymore. Too bad.
I love Campo. I was fairly bothered on t ...
I love Campo. I was fairly bothered on this occasion when I ordered a glass of red wine from the menu and the waiter returned with a rosé. I asked what it was and he said 'That's the Coppala red blend,' I replied it was not a red... He replied well my ticket says it's the red. I asked him to 'double check,' with the bartender and he eventually returned with a glass of red and apologized. It seems to me that in a higher end restaurant your waiters should know the difference between red, white, rosé and sparkling wines. Other than that and the fact that it was very busy on Saturday night our food was good, desserts were excellent and our server was friendly.
The hostess was awesome, the server was ...
The hostess was awesome, the server was very attentive and the food was very good. I was hoping they had a lasagna but there was plenty of other great options on the menu to select from. I will return to Campo in future trips.
Birthday lunch with my honey. Great ambi ...
Birthday lunch with my honey. Great ambiance on the river with jazz playing in the back ground.
Food was incredible, kale salad, heirloom tomato salad added the burrata cheese, miss figgy pizza DELICIOUS!
Service was awesome
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