What a gem this was to discover La Campagna, which has been flying under my radar for a long time. A recent Free Times article had me adding it to my list of "must try" restaurants and we finally made it out there last night.
It's very cozy inside, with few tables, so reservations are required. But this is a truly family-owned, family-run restaurant, with a girl and her aunt acting as waitstaff and other family members turning out fantastic food out of an incredibly small kitchen space.
Note that their location is a little difficult to find as it's in an unassuming strip mall and there is no sign - look for the neon on the plate glass window that says "gift baskets" and you're there.
There is no menu, it changes daily based on what was fresh and available, with an emphasis on "local when possible" products. But there are enough starters and entrees described that anyone can find something they want.
Note that they do not have a liquor license, but only a "tasting" license which means they can only serve 2.5 oz glasses of wine and have to keep the bottle at the counter, but this is surprisingly smoothly overcome and their wide variety of wines without an obvious, significant markup (to my eyes) make it very affordable to purchase a bottle, even to take home. Limited beers also available.
Food was fantastic! Highly recommend.
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