Why Bocce? Isn’t that Italian?
Why yes it is! Bocce is the Italian version of a game called boules, a collective term for a group of games in which bigger balls are thrown as close as possible to a smaller target ball. Boules is played all over Germany and Austria (as well as the rest of Europe.) Due to the familiarity of Americans with bocce, however, we decided to refer to our courts as bocce courts so that we did not have to explain what boules was on a daily basis!
Will you allow minors?
Yes! Minors are welcome until 10pm each night. Weekend brunch and early evenings are particularly family friendly, especially on the bocce courts.
Are you wheelchair accessible?
Yes! We even have an elevator for access to the second floor and wheelchair ramps that can be used to access the bocce courts.
Do you have parking or valet?
We do not currently provide valet parking but there are paid parking lots immediately next to and behind our location. There is also a multi-story public parking garage directly across the street. In addition, there is metered parking on both sides of Market St.
Do you have a Happy Hour?
Yes! Our Happy Hour is from 3pm-6pm seven days a week. The happy hour menu is available on our “Menus” page. The happy hour food items are also available as a late night menu every night from 10pm-1am.
Can you open early for an event?
Yes! If you don’t mind the small fee to cover bringing in staff early, we are more than happy to accommodate whenever possible.
What are your Event Space rates?
We do not charge for our event spaces but instead require a food and beverage minimum for reservation.
Please submit an event request HERE for rates, availability, and other information.
How can I stay informed about all things Rhein Haus?
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