Brews & Board Games at the Oak & Dagger @ Oak & Dagger Public House, Raleigh [19 June]

Brews & Board Games at the Oak & Dagger


25
19
June
19:00 - 22:00

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Oak & Dagger Public House
18 Seaboard Ave #150, Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
Come on out and join us at the Oak & Dagger for the re-launch of Brews & Board Games!

This event will be a fun mix of delicious food, delicious beer, an obscene amount of board games (75 to be exact) and tons of social and hardcore gamers.

You are welcome to arrive early to hang out and eat before Game Night officially begins. We will be there at 6:15 to set up, so you can always swing in after work to grab some grub.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does This Event Work?
You will arrive to the event and check-in with Erin, your Game Night host (look for the woman wearing the black TriangleGameNight.com shirt). After you have checked in, you are welcome to browse the Board Game Collection aka «The Library» and grab a game to play, otherwise walk around and join a game in progress if there's room. Once you finish playing a game, please return it to the collection then feel free to grab another!

What Games Will Be Available? We bring 75 games on a regular basis. Our total collection in storage is over 250 games (you can visit trianglegamenight.com for a complete list of games in our collection). If there's anything on that list that you would like to play but do not see it at Game Night, email us and request it and we'll make sure it's there for you next week! We add at least one new game to the collection every month, and run demos on a featured game throughout the month.

Can I Request a New Game to be added to the Collection? Yes, absolutely. We often add new games to the collection. We typically choose games with a wide appeal or that are the most requested. Email us your suggestion and we'll add it to our list. If other members request it as well you might see it at an upcoming game night!

Is this Event Really Free? Yes! However, as a courtesy, we do ask that you purchase something from our awesome venue — and please don't forget to take care of your waiter/waitress!

How Can I Sign Up to Play a Demo of a Game?
When you arrive, sign up on our demo sign up sheet. If we reach the minimum number of players needed to start the game, the demo will begin at 8:30pm. You will need to meet your Game Night Host at the check-in table at 8:30pm then he/she will take you to the demo area.

Can I Bring My Own Board Game to Play?
Yes! In fact, the more games the merrier! Also, whatever games you bring, you are welcome to keep playing after 10pm. Just make sure your board games are labeled with your name!

Does Oak & Dagger Place Serve Alcohol and Food? Yes! You can view a copy of their menu by clicking here (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/57fa3ded579fb3dc20131273/t/583bcdd4893fc0a390d0adf4/1480314325402/dinner_11_28_16.pdf). Their food and drinks are super yummy and pretty affordable. My personal favorite is the Mahi-Mahi taco!

I'm New in Town/Recently Single — Would it be weird if I attend this event alone? Absolutely not! This is a GREAT event for people who are new to meetup, new in town or recently single. It's a great way to meet new people and super low key!
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