Where to find the best quiz nights in Montreal's bars

Do you watch Jeopardy and shout the answers at your TV? Then quiz nights are for you! Get your friends together, pick a wacky name, and head to these Montreal quiz nights to test your knowledge and win great prizes.

Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill

20, rue Prince-Arthur O, Montréal, QC H2X 1S3

Every Wednesday at 8:00 pm, the quiz league takes place at Ye Olde Orchard Bar & Grill in the heart of the Plateau. Each week, the host Jay Devine asks fifty questions on general knowledge to participating teams. The winners of the evening take $50 off their beers tabs. The league finishes in the Spring when the big winners win a Keg Party. Some teams even take the opportunity to raise money for their favourite charity.

Bar Chez Baptiste

1045, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1X7

Go to Chez Baptiste on 'Quiz Night' Mondays at 8:00 pm to test your general knowledge. Inspired by the traditions of Irish pubs, this evening promises guaranteed fun and liquids rewards. Smartphones and Google are banned.

Randolph Pub Ludique

2041, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K8

Randolph Pub Ludique is known for its large collection of board games and cards as well as its beer and cocktails. No wonder it holds its own quiz night every Sunday at 8:00 pm! The evening takes place in three rounds: a visual round, a round of questions and an auditory round. It’s up to you to play!

Bar Le Vestiaire

6634, rue Saint-Hubert, Montréal, QC H2S 2M3

Le Vestiaire is a contemporary micro-brewery with a warm atmosphere that offers Quebec craft beers and a bistro-style menu in addition to karaoke Thursdays, showing the Montreal Canadiens games and its quiz night. Informative and exciting, its Monday evening's themes go from the culture of sports to music and politics. Various prizes are up for grabs. Fun and laughter are promised and expected.

Bar La Succursale

3188, rue Masson, Montréal, QC H1Y 1Y1

La Succursale is a craft brewery lined with windows where craft beers, whiskeys and beer-based snacks are in the spotlight. Every Sunday at 7:00 pm, quiz lovers meet to answer a variety of questions with friends. The game is divided into three rounds, each crowning its winners.

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