When I’m not doing weird stuff to earn money, I can be found hosting trivia at bars and restaurants throughout Boston. Below is a list of all my venues if you want to come play.
Mondays 8pm- Ducali in the North End
First off, the food here is amazing. If you come, you have to try the Nachos Italiano, which are basically a hybrid of pizza and nachos delivered straight from heaven. There’s also a great staff, a lot of fun teams and some giant windows letting in the backdrop of the North End at night. I recommend showing up early because the place can fill up and we do sometimes have to turn teams away.
Tuesdays 10pm- The Foundry in Somerville
What? 10:00?! That’s so late! Calm down. You’re in Somerville, you’re supposed to be a night owl. We do the game a little bit different at the Foundry. We play a quick one-hour game for the late night crowd and it’s a great way to get a good trivia fix without being there all night. They also have a lot of beers on tap, a great staff, fun teams and just a cool vibe.
Thursdays 8pm- Pizzeria Regina in Allston (at the old Allston Sports Depot)
Despite being a big restaurant which frequently gets over 20 teams, it doesn’t feel impersonal.There’s a ton of regulars that come here that are a lot of fun. Throw in a great staff, patio seating when the weather gets nice, and, oh yeah, awesome prizes ($50 for first) and you have yourself a great place to play trivia.
Sundays 8pm- The 21st Amendment near the State House
Right across the street from the State House, the brilliantly named 21st Amendment is a great place to play trivia. Don’t take my word for it, we finished third in city voter’s best trivia night in Boston contest. The venue also has a killer group of regular teams and a wonderful staff.
Are you interested in having Stump! Trivia at your next private event? We do office parties, fundraisers, birthdays, and really anything else you can think of. Shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’d be glad to tell you more.