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Most restaurants are short on storage space. It's an age-old problem and comes with only one solution: making a plan and sticking to it.
January 4th is National Trivia Day. The term “trivia” has come to refer to obscure and arcane bits of dry knowledge, as well as nostalgic remembrances of pop culture. The first trivia contests were held on college campuses and known as "quiz bowls," testing knowledge of cultural references and useless information. These types of contest became more mainstream with the introduction of the game Trivial Pursuit, which allowed us to challenge each other in the comfort of our own living rooms. While these boardgame versions of Trivial Pursuit may have peaked in the 1980's, trivia games in general were just getting started. Computers, gaming systems, and tabletop tablets brought trivia games into the 21st century, making trivia contests a fun and popular part of bar and restaurant culture.
National Bacon Day is December 30th. This should not be confused with International Bacon Day which is celebrated on September 2nd. Quite frankly we would be happy to celebrate Bacon day 365 days out of the year.
A Bacon celebration means a party, a party means food. If the party is to celebrate Bacon, then obviously the food must have bacon in it. Throw in a Kevin Bacon movie or two and now you have a themed party that everyone is going to love.
December 28th is National Chocolate Candy Day. Few people would dispute that chocolate is worth celebrating, and even fewer would argue that chocolate candy is one of the best ways to eat it! Chocolate addiction is a real thing, and December 28th is a day that chocoholics can freely feed their addiction without guilt.