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Before saying you’ve already picked up enough new hobbies during quarantine to add pétanque into the mix, we’d ask if designing treasure maps is really still doing it for you. We’d also ask if you know what pétanque is. As we recently learned, it’s a ball-tossing game similar to bocce that originated in France in the early 1900s. And now it’s something you can play with a group of friends while drinking bottled cocktails at Carreau Club in Industry City. Reserve a court for up to six people through their website, or show up in-person now through October 31, and try a muffuletta or any of the other snacks from the people at M. Wells.
Pétanque is a ball-tossing game similar to bocce that originated in France in the early 1900s. Now that you know what it is, you should know where to play it. One answer is Carreau Club, a pop-up in the courtyard at Industry City where you can drink bottled cocktails, and eat snacks from the team at M. Wells, like a pan bagnat or muffaletta sandwich. Show up in person, or reserve a court for up to six people through their website.
Carreau Club is a new bar pop-up in the courtyard at Industry City where you can play a socially-distant game of Pétanque while sipping on a can of beer. Reserve a court here for up to six people ahead of time or just stop by in-person to sign-up. They also have sandwiches and snacks available through October 31st.