10 weekly trivia spots in Seattle

Show off that big brain of yours.

Unicorn Bar's decorations include a mounted bear's head, dolls, and lots of ornate accents around the bar.

Unicorn Bar features a Geeks Who Drink format with visual and audio rounds.

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Calling all Walt Quizneys. Seattle is home to an amazing selection of local bars + eateries that offer weekly trivia nights.

If your trivia game is on point, you can win various prizes, including gift cards, T-shirts, and beer. Plus, most places offer happy hour and trivia night specials.

So, put your brainy friends to work and check out one of these local competitions.


Tapsters Seattle | 7 p.m. | The classic version features audio and visual rounds, plus point wagering options to help teams multiply their scores.

Jules Maes Saloon | 7 p.m. | King Trivia brings a quirky style to this old school haunt, which also features a robust food menu.


Barking Dog Ale House | 7 p.m. | Enjoy food, drinks, and prizes when visiting this pet-friendly brewery.

Paddy Coyne’s Irish Pub | 7:30 p.m. | We recommend grabbing a plate of fish and chips + a Guinness chocolate cake to kick off this cash prize trivia night.

The Runaway | 7 p.m. | Monthly themes include “The Office,” which may stump even the biggest Jim Halpert diehards.


Saint John’s Bar & Eatery | 7:30 p.m. | Even last place gets a prize at this night hosted by Head in the Clouds.

Targys Tavern | 7:30 p.m. | A cold brewski will help get your head in the game for these tricky questions.

Teku Tavern | 7 p.m. | Enjoy a specialty craft beer with your team as you take on questions from Geeks Who Drink.


Hounds Tooth Public House | 8:30 p.m. | Join the $1 buy-in for a chance to win a $50 cash prize.

The Unicorn | 7:30 p.m. | Something as playful as trivia just feels right in a carnival-themed bar — this is another Geeks Who Drink event.

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