Campione Roman Kitchen is the partnership of three friends, (Joshua Adams, Jeffrey Galli and Anthony Sferra), who have spent a combined 50+ years in the foodservice industry. We opened our doors in August of 2020 amidst the hardships and uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic, which reaffirmed our belief in the importance of community, interdependence, and service to others. We bring with us the diversity of our experience, a love for what we do, and a drive to over-deliver without overstating. We welcome you to our restaurant and hope you feel at home here.
101 North Main Street and the Thompson Block.
Our historic building sits at the prominent intersections of Main and Callender Streets and dates back to the late 19th century and the beginnings of the City of Livingston. It was constructed by the 3 Thompson Brothers to house their impressive mercantile business which filled the building - groceries on the first floor and clothiers above - and was a gathering place for citizens of Livingston and the Paradise Valley. In the 1930's the corner storefront was converted to the City Drug store by a husband and wife team, and served the Livingston community through the 1980's. City Drug is credited with hanging Livingston's first neon sign. Since then, the space has been occupied by a series of eateries and groceries that include The Pizza Garden, Adagio, Bodega, Farmgirl Pizza, and now, Campione Roman Kitchen. Before opening Campione in the summer of 2020, we spent 8 months restoring and remodeling the interior of our space to pay tribute to its rich historical significance, the beauty and majesty of its original features, and its importance as a central gathering place for Downtown Livingston. We hope to be a value to the community for many years to come. All are welcome.