So you’ve cast your ballot. What now?
Would you like to view the results with Trump supporters, (whether out of intrigue or bonafide camaraderie)?
Perhaps you prefer to watch with some of the city’s most prominent Democrats and Clinton supporters elsewhere.
Bars and restaurants throughout the city are hosting viewing parties to help ease your Election Night anxiety and make the democratic process fun again.
Beyond the Place Make the Vote shindigs, geared toward increasing voter turnout in an enjoyable way, the Post has scoped out various public locations to view election results—so once you’ve gotten your vote on, head to one of these for election results and a touch of ambience.
For Trump Supporters:
49Rs Tavern at Pacific Coast Highway and Bellflower is throwing a party for Trump supporters, which many Long Beach Republicans plan on attending. Head over to the bar between 4:00PM and 8:00PM for a close-up view of the results, as well as food and beverages.
Alternately, Hispanics for Trump 2016 is hosting an event from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Long Beach (200 South Pine Avenue). Guests are asked to wear the color red as well as Trump gear to celebrate. For more information, visit the Facebook event page here.
For Clinton Supporters:
The Yes We Can Democratic Club is hosting an election results viewing party at Hamburger Mary’s (330 Pine Avenue) beginning at 8:01PM tonight. Libations on hand include the “Nasty Woman” cocktail (“a James Bond-style vodka martini”), and the “dirty” version, titled the “Bad Hombre.”
Measure MM Supporters:
The Stave Bar (170 The Promenade North) is hosting a party in support of the ganja-legalization measure. Head over around 8:30 to partake of the viewing party fun.
For those who just want to watch the results, drink and eat good food:
Great Society (601 East Broadway) has you covered with an election night special. cider master will be on hand from 7:00PM to 9:00PM, and they’re offering $9 Honest Abe flights and $4.50 Honest Abe full pours. For more information, click here.
Roxanne’s (1115 East Wardlow Road) is hosting their own election night special: show them your “I Voted” sticker and enjoy an American Bourbon shot or single mix or our locally-famous American Grilled Beef Hot Dog with fries for only $5 from 3:00PM to 2:00AM. Also on hand: $5 Tequila and Margaritas, with tacos all day and live music at 10:00PM. For more information, click here.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) students are coming together tonight at the LBCC T 1200 building (4901 East Carson Street), from 5:30PM to 8:30PM with dinner, photos and information. For details, click here.
The Art Theatre of Long Beach (2025 East 4th St) is hosting the results on their big screen, live, from 8:00PM to midnight. Beer and wine will be served and Hippea will be open late. For more information, click here.
District Wine (144 Linden Avenue) is streaming the results live, and offering complimentary sparkling wine for those wearing “I Voted” stickers. For more information, click here.
Do you just want to get along with everyone else? EJ Malloy’s (4306 Atlantic Avenue) is hosting a “let’s all get along” viewing party from 6:00PM to 10:00PM, where weary voters can “enjoy a couple cocktails, hearty food and good company.” As they say, “Company is the best therapy.” For more information, click here.
Party at the Silver Fox at 10:00PM, where they’re serving up appetizers and jello shots —courtesy of “GoGo Election Boy” Oscar —along with the election results. For more information, click here.
Sometimes you just need to sing it out. An election night sing-along is taking place at 4th Street Vine (2142 East 4th Street) beginning at 6:00PM, with live jams courtesy of Mustachio. For more information, click here.
Catch live music, tacos, cocktails and election night results at the Liquid Lounge (3522 East Anaheim Street) starting at 3:00PM. For more information, click here.
Rasselbock’s (4020 Atlantic Avenue) is hosting a viewing party at their new Bixby Knolls location, with free pretzels for those with “I Voted” stickers—starting at 5:00PM. For more information, click here.
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