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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Pizza, beer and trivia with Damgoode Pies and KUAR

Posted By on Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 11:08 AM

  • Brian Chilson

Pub trivia nights have grown in popularity in recent years, and this Thursday, August 27, is a pub trivia night that's sure to be one of the best around. Our friends over a local NPR affiliate KUAR are hosting an "All Answers Considered" pub quiz night at Damgoode Pies in the River Market, combining a trio of things I can't get enough of: Pizza, beer and getting questions hopelessly wrong.

Registration starts at 6:30 p.m. on the 27th on-site; this is a fundraiser event for the radio station so there is a small fee to play: $5 for individuals, $15 per team of 2-4, $25 per team of 5-8 and $30 per team of 8-10. KUAR boss man Ben Fry will be the quiz master.

If you haven't been into Damgoode's River Market location yet, this is a great chance to go. And remember that you can get $2 off a sammie with Damgoode's Little Rock Restaurant Month "Savor the City" deal.

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