Tucked away in the West Loop, Saint Lou's out-back patio is an idyllic urban retreat complete with stadium seating and a full bocce ball court. Sip frosé and indulge in some friendly competition or join an American Bocce Co. league for the summer.
Play Ping-Pong under the stars at Ada St. while snacking on deep-fried black-eyed peas, crunchy polenta fries and seasonal bruschetta. Keep the competitive spirit alive with expertly crafted cocktails, beer and wine.
Boasting more than 6,000 square feet of space, Park & Field's patio is outfitted with bonfire pits, bocce ball courts and plenty of outdoor seating. Bocce is first-come, first-served, but you can also sign up for a league at the bar.
Cody's is dog-friendly, so four-legged friends are welcome to join while you hang out on the patio playing English darts and bags with $2.75 bottles of Old Style and cans of Schlitz.
The River North Ping-Pong social club offers a summer-ready solution for those looking to take it outside. The spot's covered patio is situated off State Street and boasts a Ping-Pong table and life-size Jenga. Plus, you can enjoy cocktails, coffee and the full menu alfresco.
Kaiser Tiger has one of the best beer gardens in town, offering a seemingly endless selection of suds, decadent craft sausages and two bocce courts, which are available for a small fee on a first-come, first-served basis.
The wait at Parson's isn't so bad when you throw in those famous negroni slushies and a lively Ping-Pong table.
Weeknight happy hour gets a serious upgrade courtesy of Pinstripe's renovated rooftop with two bocce ball courts and bowling inside.
When it's nice out, the garage door at Temperance Beer Company opens onto a patio where you can play bags.
Windsor Tavern, a friendly wood-clad corner pub and beer garden, offers fish tacos and juicy burgers, as well as a bags set outdoors.