Bocce Union Square Launches Delivery + Catering

As fall sweeps in and summer comes to a close, so does the season of dining al fresco at Bocce Union Square. The successful pizza and farm fresh Italian eatery will close its doors for the winter season on October 31st, so make reservations now to join them for one last meal (or two or three…) and a game of bocce at their beautiful outdoor, historic structure.

If you can’t make it in person, you’ll be able to enjoy their fresh Italian pizzas from the comfort of your home or office Bocce’s kitchen will remain open and offer delivery and catering year-round from Union Square Park. Their pizzas will be available on a host of delivery platforms, but your best bet is to order directly through the Bocce website.

Since opening in May, Executive Chef Timothy Meyers has been serving up delicious pizzas using ingredients from the Union Square Greenmarket paired with refreshing signature Italian spritzes. The lively environment the restaurant fosters (special thanks to the Bocce Court where many friendly games ensued) cemented its position as a staple in the neighborhood.

We greatly value the Bocce USQ’s team work in the neighborhood in their first summer, and look forward to this growing partnership. Chef Timothy Meyers took on the position of Restaurant Chair at the 23rd Annual Harvest in the Square, hosting neighborhood chefs and partners at the annual Chef’s Breakfast, and serving up Harvest Pizza and running games on their bocce court during the event. Bocce even joined us as a partner at Summer in the Square, offering full-service pizza delivery to North Plaza moviegoers on August 2nd and 9th.

Don’t wait until next season to get your Bocce fix! Join them in the park for spritzes and games this October, and have their pizzas delivered right to your door this winter and spring.