Union Hall is a big neighborhood bar in Park Slope with a few indoor bocce ball courts and a venue in the basement. They host comedy, karaoke, and live music down there, and you can buy tickets to those things online. Although if you just want to drink, you can hang out upstairs. It feels kind of like a hunting lodge, with some bookcases, couches, and even a functional fireplace. Bring a date or a few friends who want to play bocce ball. As long as a league isn’t playing, the courts are first-come-first-served.
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