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Having your head in the gutter isn't always a bad thing. Every Monday, from 7 to 9pm, The Gutter, one of Williamsburg's popular bowling alley nightspots, hosts Trivia Night. The game includes five rounds, each with a different theme—such as movies, history or science—and the winners get a tab for bowling and beer. The Gutter's large selection of beers on tap includes Guinness stout and the spicy Allagash White. Celebrate a trivia victory or cope with a loss by hitting the lanes for the rest of the night—the bowling alley is open until 4am, and guests can enjoy a two-for-one bowling special after 1am. But leave the kids at home: The Gutter is a 21-and-older establishment. For more information, visit thegutterbrooklyn.com.