Campo Di Bocce Of Livermore

★★★★☆
37.6508 -121.804
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925-249-9800

175 E Vineyard Ave

Livermore, CA

94550

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Happy Hour Mon-Fri 2pm-6pm 1/2 Off Appetizers

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Campo Di Bocce is great for a group or party. Stick to appetizers and drinks. Menu items for dinner start getting a little shaky. Both the red and white sauces do not exactly live up to their menu descriptions. While Bocce is fun, it cannot compensate for mediocre food.

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★★★☆☆

Campo Di Bocce is great for a group or party. Stick to appetizers and drinks. Menu items for dinner start getting a little shaky. Both the red and white sauces do not exactly live up to their menu descriptions. While Bocce is fun, it cannot compensate for mediocre food.

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This place is a blast! The bocce is wonderful, the menu has occassional clunkers but for the most part is excellent and they have great Livermore wines (and others for the unenlightened). Great appetizers. On a nice day or night, eat out on the gorgeous patio. One of the gems of Livermore.

4
★★★★☆

This place is a blast! The bocce is wonderful, the menu has occassional clunkers but for the most part is excellent and they have great Livermore wines (and others for the unenlightened). Great appetizers. On a nice day or night, eat out on the gorgeous patio. One of the gems of Livermore.

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Their Caesar salad is addicting and comes topped with Parmesan shavings. Their spaghetti with meat sauce is good, but not memorable. On Mondays they have a $10 all-you-can-eat spaghetti and salad special...too bad service is a hit or miss.

3
★★★☆☆

Their Caesar salad is addicting and comes topped with Parmesan shavings. Their spaghetti with meat sauce is good, but not memorable. On Mondays they have a $10 all-you-can-eat spaghetti and salad special...too bad service is a hit or miss.

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Recently celebrated a special occasion with about 50 guests. The food and service were excellent. Everyone, litterally, had a ball playing bocce after dinner. What a wonderful way to get guests to mingle-nobody wanted to leave!

4
★★★★☆

Recently celebrated a special occasion with about 50 guests. The food and service were excellent. Everyone, litterally, had a ball playing bocce after dinner. What a wonderful way to get guests to mingle-nobody wanted to leave!

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So we've never been impressed with Campo di Bocce, but we couldn't pass up the Monday Special for $10 (all-you-can-eat spaghetti with meat sauce and Caesar salad)...and that's how we ended up here with the in-laws. As it turned out, it was actually a pleasant surprise that was a great improvement over our past experiences here! The only thing that didn't change was the bread they serve here...it still resembles a damp sponge. Yucky.\n\nSurprisingly, we had better service tonight than we've ever had in the past. Our drinks were refilled promptly, food was delivered at the proper temperature and in a timely manner, the server and busboy appeared during the proper intervals and were pleasant and accommodating...wow! On top of all that, their Caesar salad was above average and even included Parmesan shavings. It was so good, I took advantage of the all-you-can-eat Caesar salad...not the spaghetti, which I thought was edible-but-not-memorable.\n\nActually, the portion of spaghetti they give you isn't skimpy at all. It would take a reeeeeeeeeeeally hungry person to finish two servings of spaghetti, so like most places, ""all-you-can-eat"" isn't exactly what it's made out to be.

4
★★★★☆

So we've never been impressed with Campo di Bocce, but we couldn't pass up the Monday Special for $10 (all-you-can-eat spaghetti with meat sauce and Caesar salad)...and that's how we ended up here with the in-laws. As it turned out, it was actually a pleasant surprise that was a great improvement over our past experiences here! The only thing that didn't change was the bread they serve here...it still resembles a damp sponge. Yucky.\n\nSurprisingly, we had better service tonight than we've ever had in the past. Our drinks were refilled promptly, food was delivered at the proper temperature and in a timely manner, the server and busboy appeared during the proper intervals and were pleasant and accommodating...wow! On top of all that, their Caesar salad was above average and even included Parmesan shavings. It was so good, I took advantage of the all-you-can-eat Caesar salad...not the spaghetti, which I thought was edible-but-not-memorable.\n\nActually, the portion of spaghetti they give you isn't skimpy at all. It would take a reeeeeeeeeeeally hungry person to finish two servings of spaghetti, so like most places, ""all-you-can-eat"" isn't exactly what it's made out to be.

Pros: Caesar Salad with Parmesan Shavings

Cons: Overpriced (except for their Monday Special)