Captain Bender's Tavern

Captain Bender's Tavern

113 East Main Street 
Sharpsburg, Maryland 21782  
Mondays, 7:00 pm
Captain Raleigh Bender was a C&O Canal boatman during the 1800s and proprietor of this fine tavern. Since 1936, Captain Bender's Tavern has fed the hungry, quenched the thirsty, and served loyally, the historic community of Sharpsburg, Maryland. Today we are the best restaurant and bar in Sharpsburg and are a perfect meeting spot for locals, C&O Canal and Antietam Battlefield visitors, and Shepherdstown students.
Join old friends and make new ones at Captain Bender's Tavern. After a long day at work or school, why not take a break and enjoy great food and drinks? We offer a great atmosphere, friendly staff, and affordable drinks!
At Captain Benders Tavern we offer something for everyone. Come listen to live entertainment throughout the month, enjoy a beer, or try something from our delicious tavern menu. Start with a tasty appetizer, then move on to our wide selection of delicious burgers, crab dishes, soups, salads, or desserts! Trivia is every Monday night, with your hosts Chuck and Bill.  Don't miss it!    
Flagship Trivia

Ollies VIP

36 Veronica Dr. Martinsburg, WV 
Wednesdays, 7:00 pm
With more TVs than you can probably count, and one of the best sports bar menus this side of the Mason-Dixon line, Ollie's (formerly the VIP Sports Lounge) is a great place to play Flagship Trivia.  There are nightly kitchen specials and a full menu (and a full bar!). Please note that smoking is no longer permitted inside Ollie's VIP. But, their covered deck is open! 
It's every Wednesday night at 7:00, with your hosts Chuck and Bill.  Don't miss it!  
Flagship Trivia

Blue Mountain Wine Crafters

117 E Baltimore St, Funkstown, MD 21734 
Thursday, 6:30
Tim & Cindy Rowe established Blue Mountain Wine Crafters, LLC in September 2014. They wanted to pursue their hobby of wine-making and expand their interest in beer brewing with the community.
Cindy and Tim met with the owner of The Cracked Cork (The store’s former name), during which they agreed to terms and took over the store in December. Among other things, they wanted to carry on the hometown, small business atmosphere, and share the passion for wine and beer making.
In May of 2016, they moved to 117 East Baltimore Street and became a winery, offering Blue Mountain Wine Crafters wine for tasting and bottle sales. In addition, there was a gift shop added. The services of making your own wine, beer, or cider, and the wine and beer-making supply store still remain.
Trivia is every Thursday night at 6:30, with Phil and Megan as your hosts.

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