With today’s election being such a spectacle for the past few months, and a race that is reportedly very close, America’s next four years will be decided and revealed tonight. With such angst and uncertainty across the nation, local businesses and others are coming together to watch the election results, mostly over drinks and more drinks. Here’s a quick list of places having Election Watch Parties in Mid-City.
SideBar NOLA – Presidential Election Viewing Party
611 S. White St
Noon – 2 a.m.
SideBar’s Watch Party will include election drinking games, full election coverage right next to the polls, and discounts for all everyone wearing “I Voted” stickers.
Three Palms Bar & Grill – BNI Happy Hour and Election Watch Party
3813 Tulane Ave.
5 to 8 p.m.
“We will be open for Happy Hour for the BNI group for a special meetup! We will be offering Moscow Mule drink specials. Also, this is it folks…the big day…come watch as the numbers roll in! Tonight’s menu will include election-inspired Hillartinis and Trumptinis.”
Pearl Wine Co. – Election Day Pot Luck
3700 Orleans Ave (American Can)
5 to 10 p.m.
“No Trivia on Election Day at Pearl! Instead we will have an awesome pot luck with drink specials, shots and election coverage as the voting results for the national AND local ballots come in.”
Twelve Mile Limit – Election Day 2016: The End?
500 S Telemachus St.
5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
“Watch the results come in [this] Tuesday. Whatever happens, you’ll want to be among friends somewhere with plenty of booze.”
“Come watch HERStory being made. Tyler will be making two of her election results inspired drinks: ‘The Bad Hombre’ and ‘Nasty Women Get it Done’. We will have complimentary valet parking 6 p.m. onwards.”
Mid-City Vineyard Church – Election Day Communion
4302 Canal Street
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
“Clinton. Trump. Johnson. Stein. Not voting. Or maybe you’ll write in Chuck Norris or Bob Dylan. Big government. Small government. Capitalist. Socialist. Doesn’t matter. For one hour on Election Night, join us as we quiet ourselves from the noise as one united community in Christ.”
Let us know where else you’re watching the 2016 election results below.