Reunion of friends. 5 people in their early 40s.
Really no hard complaints. Service was a bit scattered and confused that we might want to move from bowling to bocce.
A bit more upscale/yuppie clientele. Nice open layout. light comfortable atmosphere.
Indoor bocce courts are somewhat limited, I'd call and reserve in advance. Bowling alley is on the smallish side as well, We had reservations for both and were there on a bit quieter evening. We had no issues with waits but I would wonder what it's like on a busy weekend night.
Shared a couple flatbreads with the group. Can't say I found it particularly better than what I've had elsewhere, but it was good for the most part if not a bit overbearing.
I had been joking with my friends earlier in the evening that in Europe, bocce ball is considered as a game for old men...We had a good laugh when we found a painting on site depicting old men in Europe playing bocce ball.
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