Everyone loves trivia night.

It's the perfect way to get together with friends, enjoy delicious food, and exercise that hard-working brain of yours.

This writer rarely participates in trivia nights, but should do so more often. After all, everyone enjoys them. There's really no way to go wrong, unless you're a sore loser. Regardless, don't beat yourself up if you don't know the answers to every question. People tend to have their niche area(s) of expertise, after all. That's what makes trivia nights so fun.

But regardless, where does one go with the gang to enjoy trivia nights here in New Hampshire? The Granite State has hundreds of restaurants all over the place, but not all of them offer trivia. Sometimes you gotta do a bit of research to learn about the who, what, where, when, and how.

Thankfully, a member of the New Hampshire Eats Facebook group was already ahead of us, inquiring in a post about bars and restaurants offering trivia nights in New Hampshire. The post received 40+ comments, and we've compiled some of the recommendations below.

So, let's see what places offer trivia night here in the Granite State. Is your go-to restaurant or bar mentioned?

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Speaking of bars, here's a look at some of the friendliest ones in all of New Hampshire. How many have you been to?

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New Hampshire is filled to the brim with awesome watering holes! For me, what takes a bar from "MEH" to "YEAH !" is a friendly and attentive staff, a wide selection of cocktails, activities (boardgames, darts, pool) and bonus points if they offer mozzarella sticks that can knock my socks off. Here are the friendliest bars (and bartenders) in New Hampshire according to our listeners.

Up for checking out a new sports bar? These are some of the best ones in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, according to locals.

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