Floyd, NY co-owner Andrew Templar wasn’t a bocce-ball master before he and his business partner, Jim, decided to open a bocce bar—or two, if you count their more recent Union Hall. And if you come play, you don’t need mad chops either, outside the art of drink lifting. Since opening in 2004, Floyd has become a mainstay for both casual and league bocce players who can’t get enough of the nightly drama playing out on the bar’s 40-foot red-clay court—whatever their skills.
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