- Dress code: Casual
- Entertainment: Bocce ball court
- Outdoor dining
- Reservations suggested
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Campo Fina Restaurant Review: Around the corner from its sister restaurant Scopa (and from Healdsburg's town square) is Campo Fina. It’s reminiscent in several ways: an intimate narrow corridor of an interior with crimson banquettes and bricks instead of cement blocks; and a tight menu of mostly small plates, including riffs from Scopa’s menu such as ace skillet meatballs with smoked mozza (here dubbed “Old School”). Scopa’s traditional Italian game theme is also revisited here, and super-sized with a backyard bocce ball court. Importantly, soul also comes standard in the cuisine. The big departure lies in the hallmark Mugnaini wood-fired oven, which produces charred cracker crust pizzas such as the margherita di Bufala painted with sauce and flecks of basil. Other shareables include a generous beet salad with apricots, blue cheese and walnuts; roasted cauliflower with anchovy and currants; and grilled sardines. Most people seem to bypass the trio of heartier plates, though lamb chops with fregola pasta pearls, roasted summer squash and carrot top pesto deserve consideration. The efficient wine list leans Italian, with some locally grown Old Country grape varietals in the mix. The unexpectedly ample patio is a huge draw on warm days. Along with bocce, there’s a deck with bar seating and tables under a thatched roof.