The Best Italian and Pizza in Downtown Dallas

 


Right in the heart of downtown Dallas, you can find our Elm Street location next door to The Joule Hotel’s garden, which features a stunning, three-story Giant Eyeball. Join us for lunch or dinner on our shady patio or in one of our three dining rooms, we’re serving up delicious homemade Italian food and pizza every day of the week.

You can find our Downtown Dallas Italian Restaurant right in the heart of the Main Street District. More specifically, this Campisi’s resides in the Stone Street Gardens, a red brick pedestrian path between Elm Street and Main Street. This little urban oasis has great views of the architecture downtown, a sculpture garden, and plenty of restaurants to choose from. Of course, we hope you choose to visit Campisi’s! Stop by for Happy Hour Monday through Friday and enjoy $5 pizzas and cocktails, $3 beers, and plenty of other discounted prices on many of our popular menu items, like toasted ravioli and calamari. If Happy Hour isn’t your thing, join us for Half Price Wine Nights every Monday and Tuesday. Get 50% off bottles of wine with your homemade pastas and pizzas. Also, uniformed Dallas police officers, firefighters, and paramedics receive 50% off their meals anytime.

Mockingbird Reservations

To make a reservation at the Mockingbird location, please call 214-827-0355.

Fort Worth Reservations

To make a reservation at the Fort Worth location, please call 817-916-4561.

Frisco Reservations

To make a reservation at the Frisco location, please call 214-387-0233.

Lovers Lane Reservations

To make a reservation at the Lovers Lane location, please call 214-350-2595.

Plano Reservations

To make a reservation at the Plano location, please call 972-612-1177.

Downtown Reservations

To make a reservation at the Downtown Dallas location, please call 214-752-0141.

We will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26.

From our famiglia to yours, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! All locations will be closed in observance of the holiday this Thursday, November 26. We hope you enjoy a fun and safe celebration.