No Quiz For You! The Seinfeld Quiz is Nov. 2nd!

We're pleased to announce, that due to popular demand, our Seinfeld Quiz is coming to Club Garibaldi's in Bay View on Sunday November 2nd at 7 p.m.! Yada, yada, yada....

The quiz, of course, will be about nothing whatsoever, but we think that won't discourage our die hard fans from coming out to the Bay View joint for a Sunday night of trivial uselessness. The quiz will be $5/person, pay on the night, cash only. Again, this event will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the possibility of us adding a second venue in advance if the demand is there. Watch this space on that.

Club G will offer drink specials and the typical prizes for first place, second place and the best Seinfeld-themed team name. And if you haven't yet, you've got to try their signature chicken wings!

This quiz should be as pointless as they come... not that there's anything wrong with that. We'll see you all there!

Specially-themed quiz FAQs

Do we pre-register, sign up online? 
No. We do these events like it's 1999. Just show up --- we advise you arrive a little early to grab a good seat --- drink, think and have fun. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, no reservations.

Okay, how much is it? 
Five-dollar-holla. Or $5 as you common folk might say. Bring cash, pay the Quizmaster and drink while you think!

What are the prizes?
This will vary with each event but typically most are offering standard moolah for first place, second place and the best themed team name.

Can I wear a special outfit or costume?
Absolutely. Particularly if you want to feature on the blog. Hey, in some cases we even have costume contests and give out extra stash for those dressed up folks!

Can people under 21 play?
That's out of our hands we're afraid, and will vary depending on the venue. We'll be sure to communicate that via our Facebook page for each specific event, but if you're unsure just call the venue in advance to find out.

Is there a team-size limit? 
Surprisingly no! While we typically have an 8-person limit for our regular quiz nights, we keep the specially-themed events open. Why? Well, we figured you'll need all the brain power possible.

Do spectators have to pay? 
Yup. If someone on your team is just there and "doesn't really know anything" they still have to cough up the 500 cents.

I own/manage a venue. Can I host such an event at my bar?
It depends. In almost all cases, we only work with existing Quizmaster clients on our specially themed events, so hire us now and perhaps we can work something out. Such venues must fit certain criteria too.  Location and venue size are key, especially when we've been known to pull in over 100 people for certain events.


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