I do not. Is that a place near the Garden? I can't imagine it gets many customers for trivia nights. Downtown places (Coogan's and Kinsale excepted) are typically non-starters.
I recall the Greatest Bar giving us a try a couple of years ago. They even ran an ad campaign on Mix 104.1 built around cheap appetizers and trivia on Monday nights. We went in there on two Monday nights. Nobody played, and the promotion fizzled out completely. Gotta love their owners...they think that making a newspaper and buying time on NESN will make them the most successful bar in town no matter what they actually do/don't do. As a horse trainer once told me: "You can't make chicken soup out of chicken shit."
North End people, God bless 'em, don't appear to be the most trivia savvy people in town. Frankly, a lot of people east of Mass Ave. don't appear to be. I sat next to a guy at Glover's on Tuesday night who asked his girlfriend "what song is this?" upon hearing a mashed-up clip featuring the vocals of "Super Freak." And I've had the host at McGreevy's tell me that Back Bay residents don't get many questions right either.
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