6/17 - 8pm
NEW Monthly Trivia Night
@ Limericks Tavern - DTLA
This month’s theme — GAME OF THRONES!
Free to play - prizes to the top teams!
Space is limited, so come early or call ahead at (213) 537-0554 and let them know you’re coming to play Trivia LA to reserve your table!
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See you at a game soon! Until then, have fun trying out a sample of our standard Round 1, below.
Round 1: Categories!
QUESTION 1 | Current Events
After winning the 2018 World Cup, French manager Didier Deschamps became only the third person to accomplish what feat?
QUESTION 2 | History
In 1863, what city became the first city in the world to open an underground railway?
QUESTION 3 | Sports & Games
In a standard game of Beer Pong, how many total cups are on the table at the start of the game (NOT including water cups)?
QUESTION 4 | Science
The Periodic Table icons for the elements Bromine and Barium are featured prominently in what television show’s title logo?
QUESTION 5 | Food
Walk into any pho restaurant, and you’ll likely find a menu item called “pho dac biet,” usually listed as the P1 option. What does it mean to order your pho “dac biet”?
QUESTION 6 | Geography
According to a 2018 Forbes article, the three most congested cities in the United States are Los Angeles (duh!), New York (also duh), and San Francisco (no shit). What is the fourth most congested city in the US? Hint: it’s in the South.
QUESTION 7 | Arts & Entertainment
Crazy Rich Asians became the first Asian-led studio-backed Hollywood film in 25 years since what 1993 drama?
QUESTION 8 | Language
The original name for Los Angeles was El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles del Río Porciúncula. What does this translate to?
QUESTION 9 | Culture, Traditions & Beliefs
In Greek mythology, who is the god of the wine harvest, wine making, ritual madness and ecstasy?
QUESTION 10 | Miscellania
Speaking of wine, the Wine Institute claims that more wine is drunk per person in what country than in any other country in the world? (The residents of this country consume 74 liters of wine on average, about 104 bottles of wine per person per year!)
Didier Deschamps became only the third person to win a World Cup as both player and coach (Zagallo and Beckenbauer are the other two).
London was the first city with an underground railway.
Beer pong begins with twenty cups on the table (10 per team).
Breaking Bad is the television show with Bromine and Barium in its logo (35 Br - 56 Ba).
“Dac biet” is the Vietnamese equivalent of “con todo” — it basically means “with everything.” To order your “pho dac biet” is to order the House Special, House Combo, Super Combo, etc.
Atlanta is the fourth most congested city in the US.
Joy Luck Club was the most recent Asian-led studio-backed film prior to Crazy Rich Asians.
The original name of Los Angeles translates to: The town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels of the River Porciúncula.
Dionysus is the god of the wine harvest.
Vatican City drinks more wine per person than any country in the world. That’s a whole lotta Mass.