Astoria
Feb 03, 2017

Hot Trivia Action at QED in February

Get your trivia on at QED each Sunday in February.

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Trivia is big in Astoria. I remember the early days when there were only a handful of places in the neighborhood that offered it—The Irish Rover was the place to be in the mid-2000s for Pub Quiz, which actually got you real money and not just a bar tab. Lots and lots of fun. So with those warm memories in mind, we’re happy to tell you about the upcoming series of weekly trivia games at QED (27-16 23rd Avenue) throughout the month of February.

Here is what you can expect. We are told that these events are extremely popular and space is limited. Plan to arrive 30 minutes before start time to guarantee your seat.

Sunday, February 5, 6pm
A Bowl of Super Trivia: Super Bowl Watch Party
Sponsored by The Bronx Brewery
“51 questions written just for Super Bowl LI.” FREE.

Sunday, February 12, 7pm
Grammy Awards Bingo & Music Trivia
Sponsored by The Bronx Brewery
“2017 Grammys Bingo offers two tiers of cards, and you can buy as many or as few as you think you need to win. The first player to get just a single Bingo will win half of the pot.” FREE.

Sunday, February 19, 7pm
Trivia for a Cause with Trivia NYC benefitting Hollaback
Sponsored by Smart Beer
“Another do-gooder trivia party at QED.” FREE.

Sunday, February 26, 7pm
Oscar Watch Party & Trivia
Sponsored by The Bronx Brewery
“Admission price is for one ballot and all-you-can-eat popcorn and catered snacks. Prizes awarded throughout the night based on random drawings, trivia and ballot results.” $12.

Optional ballots and bingo cards are available for purchase. Prizes includes free bowling from Frames NYC, tickets to a show at The Slipper Room, tickets to select talks at the 92nd Street Y, tickets to Accomplice, as well as giveaways from QED, The Astoria Bookshop, Happy Hour Monster, and more.

So mark your calendars, tune up your brains, and do some trivia at QED!

About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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