If you liked lunch, you'll probably like dinner. I, however, have always found Campagna a bit bland, a place where you can look as though you're really eating but not take in any calories. Which serves a purpose at a business lunch, (see: Mark's Madison Avenue Salad) but has no place in the repertoire of chowhounds.
re: Irene Sax
Had the most dreadful experience at Campagna last fall.
The hostess was racist and homophobic. Although I
reserved 2 weeks in advance, she pretended our table
was not ready when my girlfriend and I arrived. 10 mn
later, seated us at the worst table, the one facing the
bathroom while the room was half empty. And the food
was not even good, pretty bland and Irene is right: no
place on this site.