The 17 Best Places to Watch the Election in Los Angeles

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By Reuben Brody

The 17 Best Places to Watch the Election in Los Angeles
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08 November 2016

By this time tomorrow, it’ll all be over (the election and possibly the world as we know it, results pending).

Might as well spend the final hours in the company of likeminded people. And booze. Lots of it.

Hence, we’ve compiled a list of the 17 best places in L.A. to watch Wolf Blitzer excitedly point at a map, as based on your desired viewing environment.

Looking for smart, reasonable, bipartisan discourse? Canadian women to elope with? Trump Vodka? Don’t really care about the results and just want to watch some sports?

We’ve got the place for you. All of you.


WHERE TO WATCH IF YOU ...

Hate Both Candidates and Want to Plot a Revolution: La Cuevita

Want Actual Smart, Reasonable Bipartisan Conversation With Strangers: The Pikey

Are Scared: Under your bed

If You're Sick of All This and Just Want Some Sports: Bludso’s BBQ

Think We Should Lock Her Up: The Village Idiot

Are Happily (and Legally) Married and Want that Freedom Upheld: The Abbey

Need to Throw a Going Away Party for All Your Mexican Friends: Guelaguetza

Want to Grab Women by the P*ssy: Literally nowhere ever.

Secretly Want to Ruin Everything and Vote for Jill Stein: Harvard & Stone

Don’t Want to Remember the Results in the Morning: Tenants of the Trees

Have a Taco Because It’s Tuesday: Clutch

Eat an Ethnic Food That May Not Be Authentically Available This Time Next Month: Javan Restaurant

Listen to Old Men Wax Nostalgic About the Civility of the Nixon-Kennedy Days: The Daily Pint

Let Comedians to Assuage Your Anxiety With Witty Commentary: The Comedy Store (Doug Stanhope)

Drink Somewhere That Has No Walls: EP/LP (on the rooftop)

Be Unsure If Everyone Around You Has or Voted the Same Way as You (if they voted at all): Cork Bar and Restaurant

You Need Small Food for Your Small Hands: Alma at the Standard

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