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This Pub Quiz Has Great Prizes and Half Price Food and Drink!


Heads up! The Wednesday Night Quiz at El Santo is Shanghai's longest running. It is absolutely free to enter, with 10 rounds covering everything from current events, geography, history, pop culture, music, film and more, and there is a RMB200 voucher and three bottles of Prosecco up for grabs!


If all that was not enough, drinks are half price until 8pm, while food is half price all night long! The quiz kicks off at 7.30pm and is all wrapped up by around 10pm so everyone can be fresh at work the next day. And at the end of each quarterly season, the winners receive a whopping RMB2,000 voucher.



Every Wednesday, 7.30pm; free entry. El Santo, B/1, Found 158, 158 Julu Lu, by Ruijin Yi Lu 158B1, . 




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