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June 22, 2011

Livermore: Campo di Bocce; things to do

880 South 

Campo di Bocce  175 E. Vineyard Ave., (925) 249-9800. L-D Sun-Thur, SunBr; $-$$.  Bocce:  $10/person/1½ hr.  Reservations advised. 

Delicious Italian fare mingles here with bocce ball--the game that “takes five minutes to learn, a lifetime to master.”  This hooting and hollering spot has four inside courts—along with a gigantic open room for dining--plus four outside courts with a sheltered open-air dining area.  Two outside volo courts are also available. 

The United States Bocce Championships are sometimes held here.  Most events are free admission.

More things to do in Livermore.

More things to do in the Wine Country.

More ideas for exploring Northern California.

image ©2011 Carole Terwilliger Meyers
updated September 15, 2016

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