"Campagnolo" is Italian for Peasant, and this restaurant is the sister to Peasant Bistro. Once you know that, the name makes sense though it is a mouthful and our server admitted that it took him a month to perfect the pronunciation. I will not try. In our condo, we call this place the Italian Peasant and you're welcome to do the same.
The parking situation can be confusing. Just pull into the driveway near Zocalo and use the valet.
Once settled comfortably into our booth, we sipped the Campagnolo Martini ($10), a mix of gin, dry vermouth, St. Germaine, creme de violette and orange bitters, and a Negroni ($9), a mix of gin, Campari and sweet vermouth.
Bottom Line: The newest Peasant offers a pleasant environment in which to dine.