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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
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.
Favorite place to go when I come to Reno. Started off with a delicious Negroni straight up and started with the kale salad (a must). The pork platter has never let me down so I again went with that ( and the oyster mushrooms as a side) and it did not disappoint. I have had this pork platter many different times and each time there have been different offerings but each one is unique and delicious in its own right. My favorite this time was the stewed pork chili. Delicious. Service was not as attentive as previous times but these things happen. Thank you for another delicious meal and experience.
Central Valley Californian.
We had been to Campo maybe 3 years ago and it was very busy on a Friday night with lots of atmosphere. Going on a Tuesday night was a different experience. The crowd and ambiance was lacking but the food made up for that! Each of our entrees was fresh, well-prepared and delicious. Our waiter was professional and attentive and offered us great explanations of our choices, especially the nightly specials. I applaud Campo for sourcing local farms for food..it makes a difference in the food quality and freshness and is the right thing to do. But having this advantage is nothing if a chef can not perform in the kitchen. Campo's chef has no problem with turning the raw ingredients into plate licking deliciousness! Great addition to the mostly otherwise mediocre Reno dining choices.
Server was horrible. Got our meals mixed up, forgot to bring my Kale salad(that was the best thing) before my meal. Never offered another round of drinks. We had to ask for dessert. It also was a very long wait for our waiter to refill water/check the table/ etc. Super loud. Unfortunately not the best experience.
Husband and I thought we would do a stay vaca in Reno and be tourists for a night. Campos on the River great location. Although had a reservation had to wait 15min. Seated us by the bathroom in a booth. Heavy traffic area! Appetizers were ok nothing spectacular; calamari and olives. Entrees were good but table uneven and every time my husband cut his steak the plate would rock and bang on the table. The worst was the noise level it is like being at a concert. If you want ambiance this is not the place.
From the local microbrew beer to the veggie pizza loaded with locally-grown produce, ending with a salted-caramel dessert that had been a local favorite for four years, Campo's is a favorite dining experience in Reno! Through in its locale in the river walk and you have the ideal evening out!
I chose this restaurant for my birthday. None of us had ever been. We were all quite impressed. There were six of us and we ordered five different entrees. Every one of them was great but my mushroom risoto was by far the best. The service was great and friendly as well. At the end our waitress brought me this amazing little dessert - flourless chocolate cake with a scoop of vanilla gelato with salted caramel on top. It was one of the best desserts I've ever had. I reluctantly shared it with my friends and they all agreed. I can't wait to go back!
Taking our daughter to UNR tomorrow. Wanted to have a nice dinner. Sat outside overlooking the river. Their daily specials are truly special... Dropp salad and Kale salad were both very flavorful and truly taste tantalizing. Shared the daily pizza... oyster mushrooms, arugula and truffle oil... amazing! My husband had the 6ounce filet with honey glazed carrots and oyster mushrooms. Steak was cooked to perfection and carrots were delicious ( and he doesn't usually eat carrots) . We had Kentucky Mules to start which were good and then a bottle of Prisoner with dinner... great value on wine imo. Overall, very satisfied. Richard, our server was great too. Very attentive and great at his job. We will be back for sure.
Went to Campo for the first time in a while. It's just not the same since it changed owners. Everything looks the same and the staff are nice, but the food isn't as good. It's good, just not AS good as it was before. Seems like they don't try as hard to create dishes with the seasonal local ingredients. The night we went, everything had lots of arugula on it. Guess that's what was available, so it was on every plate! I should have questioned the server more closely about what the "market greens" were.
We enjoyed the outdoor seating area and initially the service was good. However our salads came prior to our appetizers and our drink order was delayed. We enjoyed our entrées as well. I think with a few tweaks this could be an excellent restaurant but we really did not want to eat our salads before we received appetizers.
This was our 3rd time at Campo Reno. We brought out-of-town guests because the food, up until this time, has been wonderful. The cauliflower, which generally is a crowd pleaser, was underseasoned. The d.r.o.p.p. salads that we ordered while fresh, were under-dressed, and the shared margherita pizza was bland and undercooked. The fritto misto and roasted chicken, on the other hand, were hits. All in all, kind of disappointing! I think we will be trying some of the other restaurants downtown next time we eat out.
Came here for A special occasion; made reservations. The service here was absolutely horrible, took waitress forever to bring us bread and drinks. Once I ordered my food, the waitress was slow to bring it even though it was not busy. She brought my main course first before my salad and my main course was cold. Food was less than satisfactory which was quite disappointing because this used to be my favorite restaurant. Overall, my dining experience was not enjoyable. I am sad to say I will not be visiting Campo again.
I made a reservation well in advance for 12 people for a birthday celebration. They sat us 20 mins later than the reservation. The server was good, but the food was a bit bland. Risotto needed more salt at the least and was a bit dry. Also, prior to the change in management/ownership etc., the budino was something to die for. Unfortunately, that has changed too and was just ok. Lastly, I went to the bathroom (womens) and none of the stalls had toilet paper. Another patron and I changed the paper ourselves after insisting. I hope things change over time as I would still like to come back. It's a great place for Reno, but needs work.
This was one of many visits to Campo, which has become a hangout for us. The wood-fired pizza is wonderful with its homemade sauce and fresh mozarella. We enjoyed the frito misto too, as we are both calamari fans. Best calamari we've found in a long time. The river view is one of the things we come for, and this time we had a perfect table to river watch. Although our waitress, Carly, was lovely, accommodating, and attentive, we found other service workers to be less reliable. A young man on staff asked us if we would like our water refreshed, took our carafe, and never returned. The restaurant seemed understaffed. Campo does not provide salt and pepper on the tables, so at one point I got up to get our own from a service table because I didn't think anyone on the wait staff would be around any time soon. But it's Campo, and it is our favorite place, so there is much to forgive, and we roll with it.
We got the Chef tasting and it was boring and small portions and at the end of the four courses, my girlfriend and I were still hungry and had to go to another restaurant to feel full. We had done it a previous time and it was a get experience but it turns out they stick to the same dishes which was boring since I paid $45 per person.
Girls night out dinner - 5 of us for a 5:30 pm early dinner on Thursday. We were seated at a bench seat table near the high-tops at the front of the restaurant. Nice table but it was unbelievable hot to the point where we all were dripping sweat. No joke. Nobody else was seated near us. After about 25 minutes, we finally had to ask to be relocated. They moved us to the back of the restaurant, which was about 20 degrees cooler. There was a female Manager that was clearly annoyed by this. A couple of us tried to thank her for moving us and she would not even reply or look at us. Our waiter was nice but horrible. Empty drinks sat on the table for 20 minutes and we had to ask another waitress to get our waiter so we could reorder. We had to do this TWICE. The food was the only redeaming thing about the experience, although it took EXTREMELY long. We are a pretty resilient bunch of ladies too, just really bad service and attitude. Disappointed.
The food was good and our server was nice but it took about an hour and a half to get our food. We were there for 2 hours and all we got was one entree, a pizza, and 2 appetizers. Plus our server did not communicate enough with us (or check up on us enough) while we waited for our food. We also had to ask for our check multiple times and eventually went to the host and told her we just wanted to leave our money and go. The manager ended up getting our bill to us and after we told her about our experience she offered to take the most expensive thing off our bill. We declined because we wanted to give her feedback and we werent looking for a free meal. We just hope she took our feedback back to the kitchen and used it as a training opportunity (or a decision to hire more people).
Another great night out with friends. We enjoyed the chef's menu, and it was great. Chef Holman came to our table, described each course, answered questions, and helped us have a great night that won't soon be forgotten. Not only was the food great, but the service was spot on, and this really does matter. It was all great....
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