Events

Feb
28
Tue
Trivia TueSDay February
Feb 28 @ 8:00 pm
February is over and Spring is around the corner.  What better way to celebrate making it through another north-east winter than tasty sliders and brain busting trivia at Slidin’ Dirty’s TueSDay Trivia sponsored by Toegs Brewing Company. Dan from EQX won’t leap over any of those crazy trivia facts that you have come to love at trivia night. Come in out of the cold for fun and prizes, gourmet food and superior beer and cider. Collect some friends and form a team or face the world on your own.  While testing your mental fortitude remember to check out our February specials and feed your brain with an order of Mac Poppers; Panko breaded fried jalapeno bacon mac and cheese with chipotle cream cheese center and cilantro cream or maybe a Philly Eggroll; All natural certified angus beef, shiitake mushroom, red pepper, onion, cheddar and horseradish cream. Have you gotten your one of a kind Slidin’ Dirty t-shirt yet? We have great Slidin’ Dirty gear available for purchase at our Troy restaurant!
Here is some more trivia to get you prepared…
Why is there a leap day every four years?
Answer to last weeks’ trivia question: The board game The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, was originally created in 1860.
Mar
7
Tue
March Trivia TueSDay
Mar 7 @ 8:00 pm
They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb.  Avoid the roaring of the wind and head in to Slidin’ Dirty for Trivia TueSDay for some scrumptious sliders and thirst quenching beverages. Dan from EQX is never sheepish when it comes to those wild and crazy trivia questions.  Stop in for fun and prizes, gourmet food and superior beer and cider. Collect some friends and form a team or face the world on your own.  While testing your trivia knowledge remember to check out our March specials, or feed your brain with a Slider of the Sea like the Flyin’ Shrimp; Honey sriracha fried shrimp, arugula, tomato, red onion, cilantro cream. Got the munchies? Try an order of Fravos; Our famous avocado fries! Panko breaded avocado slices with chipotle cream dipping sauce. Have you heard we are expanding? Check out the progress of our new location in Schenectady on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SD.Schenectady
Here is some more trivia to get you prepared…
Who invented the game Scrabble?
Answer to last weeks’ trivia question: A leap year is a calendar year containing one additional day added to keep the calendar year synchronized with the seasonal year. Because seasons and astronomical events do not repeat in a whole number of days, calendars that have the same number of days in each year drift over time with respect to the event that the year is supposed to track. By inserting an additional day or month into the year, the drift can be corrected. A year that is not a leap year is called a common year.
Mar
14
Tue
Trivia TueSDay March
Mar 14 @ 8:00 pm
Did you know today is not only Slidin’ Dirty Trivia TueSDay it is also Pi Day! Pi Day is the celebration of mathematical constant that doesn’t repeat 3.14! Come in to Slidin’ Dirty and enjoy a heaping of mind altering trivia with a side of gourmet sliders. Dan from EQX will provide consistently challenging trivia questions to see who will rise to the top.  Stop in for fun and prizes, gourmet food and superior beer and cider. Collect some friends and form a team or face the world on your own.  While showing off your brain muscle prowess check out our March specials and keep your neurons fueled. Feeling hungry for something different?  Try The Dirty Ninja: Sautéed bok choy and shiitake mushrooms, scallions, sesame seeds, Asian mustard.   This Asian infused slider was a Judges’ Choice at the Albany Wine & Dine Slider Slam! Or maybe tease your taste buds with an order of our Reuben Mac: Grilled pastrami, house made sauerkraut, dirty secret slider sauce.
Have you heard we are expanding? Check out the progress of our new location in Schenectady on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SD.Schenectady
Here is some more trivia to get you prepared…
Where was Pie a à La mode was first invented?
Answer to last weeks’ trivia question: In 1933, NYC architect Alfred Mosher Butts created an early version of the game we know as Scrabble.