Wednesdays Are Wonderful In Windsor

(WINDSOR, ON) – Some call Wednesday the hump day, the day in the middle of the week. But in Windsor, Wednesday is a rather good day simply because, in the Rose City, certain things only happen on Wednesdays.

At downtown’s Phog Lounge the middle of the week ushers in Walkerville Wednesdays. Patrons can find themselves with special prices for Walkerville Brewery beer, but only on Wednesdays.

The Manchester Pub, also downtown, turns Wednesday night into Pub Trivia Night from 7pm to 9:30pm. Quizmaster Francois Jacques, of Mack Flash Entertainment, hosts what the eatery says is the. “most fun pub trivia night in the city.”

It is free to play, but is not for individuals. Teams with up to five people are the order of the night.

What else makes Wednesday special at the Manchester? Al’s meatloaf. It is available only on Wednesdays and comes as a meatloaf sandwich, with fixings, or as a full meatloaf dinner.

At Appleby’s on Huron Church, Wednesday nights are special for children. They can eat for $1.99 with the purchase of an adult entrée.

Wednesday is also the traditional rib night at Brews and Cues at 5663 Ojibway Parkway.

For those hungry at lunch time, local Burger Kings offer Whopper Wednesdays where the burger chain’s signature offering is available for a special price. Burger King’s arch competitor, McDonald’s, is promoting a “delicious meal” for $5, but also only on Wednesdays.

Dom Polski Hall on Langlois Avenue is host to ping pong night on Wednesdays. Playing times are from 6pm to 9pm and the fee is just $5, but there are only four tables.


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