Celebrate the day before a groundhog decides if more winter is coming...by playing a fresh edition of "Game of Thrones" Trivia in Memphis at one of these three locations:
@ The Arcade Restaurant, Memphis' Oldest Cafe, 7pm-9pm
**GUARANTEE YOUR TEAM'S SPOT BY MAKING A FREE RESERVATION**
Limited spots are available. Once the maximum number of teams sign up, only the teams that have registered will be permitted to play.
RSVP for Arcade: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/game-of-thrones-tv-trivia-at-the-arcade-restaurant-tickets-41522769722
(Please only RSVP if you are certain your team will participate. If your team is unable to attend, please cancel your reservation to make room for those who want to play.)
On this special night of Cerrito Trivia, all 6 rounds will be questions themed to the TV show '"Game of Thrones."
Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & Best Team Name!
Visit cerritotrivia.com for more rules/details.
It doesn't get any more Memphis than this!
The Arcade has the honor of being Memphis' oldest restaurant. Speros Zepatos founded the diner in 1919 after immigrating from Cephalonia, Greece. Situated at the corner of South Main Street and G.E. Patterson, the original building was a small, one story, wood framed building. Food was actualy cooked on potbelly stoves! In 1925, Speros tore down the wood structure and built the Arcade Building in a Greek revival style, complete with retail stores to signify the "Arcade" name.
Sitting right in the middle of this historic area is the Arcade Restaurant. It's like a trip back in time! It is this nostalgic feeling that has attracted photographers, artists, writers, and movie makers from around the world. Scenes from Mystery Train, Great Balls of Fire, The Client, The Firm, 21 Grams, Elizabethtown, Walk the Line, and My Blueberry Nights, just to name a few, have all been filmed in the restaurant. A second historical marker was erected by the Memphis Film Commission titled "Modern Movie Making in Memphis." It is located on the sidewalk outside. National magazines such as Southern Living, Esquire, Travel, and Sports Illistrated have featured the Arcade in their publications. The Food Network and The Travel Channel have even done specials on southern breakfast at the Arcade Restaurant. Many of the celebrities from these movies have eaten the same foods you will eat today. At one time, even Elvis was a regular. All of this exposure has helped boost business. The Arcade has even become a tourist destination.