Do you know Brew City from A to Zeidler? Let's find out together on Thursday night, as OnMilwaukee teams up with Lakefront Brewery and Head Space Trivia for a night of mind-teasing Milwaukee trivia.
The venues from the Bars and Recreation group are all about bringing people together for fun activities and good drinks. It's a goal that's gotten a lot harder in the midst of an outbreak - but not an impossible one, apparently, as it introduces its latest group activity outlet: Head Space Trivia.
In addition to being a lively, friendly bar with live music, karaoke and trivia, Mainstream Bar & Grill in the heart of Waukesha's lovely, walkable downtown, has the best burger in town.
While video games and arcade bars were the year's big new trend, when it comes to Brew City's favorite bar games and trivia, Milwaukee still loves a classic.
It looks like Karma Bar & Grill, 600 E. Ogden Ave., will become Oak & Shield Gaming Pub according to a liquor license application.
Enjoy pub trivia? You know, a night with friends, wrangling tough questions and enjoying a few pints of beer? Well, beginning Monday, April 25, you can get your trivia on at Company Brewing.
After a long day, what better way to unwind then going out to the bars with your friends and participating in some trivia? It is a great way to socialize, test your knowledge and win prizes while getting the best deals on drinks and food.
Not only do bar games provide plenty of fun for a group out on the town, adding a little liquor to the mix seems to make every pool shot line up perfectly and every dart fly straight (at least for a little while, anyway). Click here to see which Milwaukee has the best bar games, according to OnMilwaukee.com readers.
It's no surprise Landmark Lanes nailed it again as the top choice for bar games and trivia.
Portia Young, a former anchor and reporter at WISN-TV Ch. 12, announced last week that she's leaving the broadcast industry to become the new public relations manager in communications at Sargento.
From ax murderers to quickie divorces, "Lost Ozaukee" at the Cedarburg Cultural Center features a wide offering of wacky, amusing or just plain weird Ozaukee history trivia.
If you've ever wondered how low Milwaukee can go, wonder no more. Even though Lake Michigan isn't even the deepest of the Great Lakes, Milwaukee is as deep as you can get in the Atlantic Ocean.
Are you looking for your nerdy soulmate? Do you long to have meaningful, hour-long conversations with your partner about why Firefly should never have been cancelled or a lively debate about the canonical anachronisms of the 2009 Star Trek movie? If the answer is yes, you'll want to come down to Karma Bar & Grill on June 24.
Have you checked out Milwaukee Food Tours on Facebook or Twitter lately? If so, you probably noticed they've been giving away a smorgasbord of swag (think free table rental at SPiN, discounts at Rustico Pizzeria, etc.). And if you haven't, there's still time to get in on the fun and freebies.
Jim's lifelong quest nearly came to an end his first night in Milwaukee as a full-time OnMilwaukee.com staffer - during a trivia session no less - and succeeded in his mission to not lose anyone's treasured pet. Oh, he has some Bucks thoughts, too.