On summer weekends, few things are better than a leisurely game of bocce and a glass (at least) of wine. Behold the bocce spots with refreshments Bay Area Chowhounds are talking about:

Bar Bocce
Midafternoon is the time to hit this Sausalito spot, says gumbolox, who enjoyed the snap pea appetizer, shaved fennel and artichoke salads, and eggplant Parmesan. Others complain that the pizza can be soggy, but gumbolox (who asks for a dark crust) has been pleased.

The Hidden Vine
After it moved to the Financial District, this wine bar unveiled a longer wine list, expanded menu, and an alley bocce court. Robert Lauriston thinks the sliders and charcuterie are good.

Campo Fina
A former A16 chef consulted on the pizzas here, notes Melanie Wong. She didn’t order a pie when she visited, but liked the “easy casualness,” excellent cocktails, and an incredible dish of burrata, grilled eggplant, and roasted figs.

Campo di Bocce
susancinsf says that the food at the Livermore branch is “typical family-style standard Italian.” She liked the appetizers and salad when she visited for a birthday game of bocce.

Bar Bocce [North Bay]
1250 Bridgeway, Sausalito

The Hidden Vine [Financial District]
408 Merchant Street, San Francisco

Campo Fina [Sonoma County]
330 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg

Campo di Bocce [East Bay]
175 E Vineyard Avenue, Livermore

Discuss: Bar Bocce in Sausalito
Campo Fina in Healdsburg: Lunch + Bocce
The Hidden Vine wine bar is great [San Francisco]
Campo di Bocce (Livermore & Los Gatos)

Photograph from www.campo-fina.com

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