A table at a neighborhood Norwegian restaurant doesn’t sound like one of New York’s harder-to-come-by reservations, but I find myself having to arrive early on Sunday nights if I want to get a seat at Haakon’s Hall in Morningside Heights, which draws a big crowd for its long-running weekly trivia contest. That particular trivia contest started at the now-closed Night Café and later spent some time being hosted at a neighborhood bar, which is where my friends and I ...
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