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On the outskirts of town, Campo di Bocce can evoke a Tuscan retreat, where osso bucco and grilled halibut grace romantic fireside nooks. But the cavernous indoor/outdoor space—it seats 270—is family friendly: Reserve a bocce court (where bowling meets croquet), order a plate of lamb lollipops (mint and garlic marinated lamp chops with spinach and balsamic syrup) and a pepperoni pizza—or a Margherita and margaritas—and see if you finally can beat the kids at a game. It’s a stadium restaurant that sports a big bar, a bigger Livermore-friendly wine list, and an ingredient-driven menu that emphasizes rustic over refined. It may get loud here, but it can also get fun.
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