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O’Briens introduces most difficult to spell game on Sunday nights

| August 22, 2014, 08:49 AM | 0 Comments

questionaireyposterO’Brien’s Steak House on Main Street has introduced a different take on trivia. Questionnairey (see what I mean about spelling?).

While every venue has a trivia game it seems, they all run into the same problem–the questions invariably end up not working out too well for one team or the other. Problem solved!

There are no right or wrong answers. If you have ever seen Family Feud, it is very similar. An audience is polled and you simply try to guess the top answer; and the closer to the top you get, the more points you get.

Name something you find in a kitchen drawer.

It could be a spoon, fork, napkin, knife, or (depending on who they surveyed) your pet hamster!

The emcee tosses in some fun questions where the winning team gets a round of drinks.

All in all, it is a great way to end the weekend and spend a few hours in an Annapolis pub. And there are prizes as well.  For the top three teams, there is bar cash to spend on your next visit!

But, Eye On Annapolis is upping the ante a little bit for a while.  Come on out on Sunday and play.  If you are one of the top two teams at the end of the night, you’ll get a $25 gift certificate to O’Brien’s!  But fear not–if you come in last, we’ll give you a certificate as well. So, in addition to the bar cash from the game, there is another $75 up for grabs from Eye On Annapolis!

Will we see you on Sunday?




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About the Author - John Frenaye

John is the publisher and editor of Eye On Annapolis. As a resident and business owner in Anne Arundel County for nearly 25 years, he realized that there was something missing in terms of community news–and Eye On Annapolis was born in late spring 2009.

John’s background is in the travel industry as a business owner, industry speaker, and travel writer. In terms of blogging and social media, he cut his teeth with

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