Boqueria will host a viewing party in the resto's private dining space, and for $40, you'll get unlimited tapas and drinks. Expect signature tapas dishes, plus speciality drinks like a Democratic Blue and Republican Red sangrias. The party goes from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., and reservations are required.
Where: 1837 M Street NW; 202-558-9545.
Brightest Young Things is throwing a shindig at Bohemian Caverns, featuring DJs, dancing, pinatas, photo booths, and more. You know — in case you want to put the "party" in political party. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Where: 2001 11th Street NW; no phone.
Policy is doing its part to help the election results go down easy by extending happy hour…for the entire night. Call it the 5-5-5-5 plan (as in, happy hour food, beer, wine, and liquor are all $5 or less). There are special "Race to the White House" cocktails on the menu, too.
Where:1904 14th Street NW; 202-387-7654.
Hill Country Barbeque is rewarding patrons for fulfilling their civic duties: Stop by with your "I Voted" sticker and you’ll get a free shot; enjoy $1 Jell-O shots color-coordinated to match your favorite party starting at 3 p.m.
Where: 410 7th Street NW; 202-556-2050.
Lincoln is throwing a presidential election party featuring candidate-themed dishes (think Mitt’s Meatloaf or Barack’s Pork Belly) and drinks. Grab a seat and watch the results come in on 50" flatscreen TVs. Party starts at 6 p.m.; RSVP here.
Where: 1110 Vermont Avenue NW; 202-386-9200.
Photo: Courtesy of Lincoln
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