Casual-dining chains and independent bar-and-grill concepts are finding that trivia nights are not exactly trivial. Whether hosted live or run on a digital network, using fancy buzzers or old-fashioned pen and paper, trivia nights help to drive traffic and foster friendly competition — often resulting in diners lingering a little while longer at the restaurant, operators say. Answering a need For more than a year, Hooters has tried to drive traffic with a digital trivia platform ...
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