We have eaten at Campo Di Bella a few times now. My partner is quite taken with the place. The food is always fresh and well-prepared at this "farm to table" family restaurant. The owner announces each course and tells about how it came to be. She is BIG on community based agriculture, which is a good thing. If they haven't picked it there on their own farm then it comes from the farm right down the road...
There are 2 main community tables--one seating 10 people, and the other seating 20 people. At our last dinner we got to socialize with another couple whom we quite enjoyed. It was fun being served four courses, listening to how that course was prepared, and meeting and talking to other hungry diners.
For me, the negative points are these: (1) Conversations in the dining room tend to get to be somewhat LOUD, so if you are looking for a quiet evening alone with your honey then this ain't the place; (2) the portions tend to be on the small side, so if you are an "all you can eat" buffet kind of guy, then at the end of the evening you might go away hungry; (3) they bill themselves as a "no tipping" establishment, but when it comes time to pay your bill there is an 18% "service charge" added to the total bill. So if you have a bottle of wine in addition to the $55 a plate cost, things could add up quickly. We dropped about $200 for the 2 of us at our last meal. Be forewarned!
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