Party like a politician at these Election night shindigs

Party like a politician at these Election night shindigs

Looking for a place to ring in the Elections tomorrow? Here's your guide to a whole host of parties suited for any political affiliation.

AM1090 Election Night Party
6:00pm
88 Keys Dueling Piano Bar
315 2nd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104
It’s the 1090AM Election Night Party hosted by Norman Goldman! Join with fellow progressives for a night full of election results and analysis, food and drink specials, AM1090 prizes and more. Admission is free and no tickets are needed. The doors open at 5 p.m., the event kicks off at 6 p.m., and will roll on as the votes are tallied and the final results come in.

Wing-It Productions
6:30 p.m.
5510 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Head to Wing-It for a special performance of its hit improvised comedy, Election Show, a non-partisan improvised election comedy. The night will include live coverage, featuring live commentary of the election results as they roll-in (with a news feed on the big screen) from improvisers. Plus election-year themed comedy when the news feed gets boring.

Neumos, Barboza and Moe Bar
5 p.m.
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98122
There will be parties, booze and big screens with results in all three rooms. Come cheer, laugh, cry, celebrate and drink while supporting your candidates! Bonus points for those who come in political attire.

Election Night Party
4 p.m.– midnight
OutWest Bar
5401 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Come to the Election Day Party at West Seattle’s only LGBTQA Bar! Here are some of the events: “Voting Boxes” ($1 per Vote) that will support a local charity, Red & Blue Jello Shots, Special R74 and Obama Cocktails, Crowd “Interviews” and Trivia opportunities with Prizes throughout the evening. Both National and Local coverage will be going on OutWest’s two TVs.

Red White and Blue Goes Green
7 p.m.
Sur
2901 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
Join local supporters of the Washington State medical cannabis community in an evening filled with food, drinks, entertainment, and guest speakers all in support of cannabis patients. Gentlemen’s dress code is Black Tie Optional; Ladies may wear Evening and Cocktail Attire. Electoral polls will be broadcast throughout the evening. Patients that intend on medicating, must have original and current tamperproof medical cannabis recommendation and Washington State ID with them. 21+ with Valid ID.

Approve 74 Election Night Party
10 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Lobby Bar
916 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Champagne will be flowing if Washington passes R74! Head to The Lobby, Seattle’s newest LGBT lounge to celebrate.

Strawberry Theatre Workshop Election Night Bash
6 p.m. – midnight
Broadway Performance Hall
1625 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122
Hosts Alycia Delmore and Basil Harris will be closely tracking the race for the White House, the Washington gubernatorial race, and Referendum 74 via CNN and Fox News (for balance!), as well as live online coverage. Plus a giant, interactive map of the United States featuring dazzling red and blue lights! Political quizzes and board games! Come straight from work and enjoy half-price drinks during the wonk-friendly Happy Hour from 6–7 p.m. Admission to this party is free.

Freedom Socialist Party Celebration
6:30–11 p.m.
New Freeway Hall
5018 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
Celebrate the campaign’s achievements, follow the election returns, and share stories from the campaign trail with other volunteers and supporters over food and drinks.

“Moving Forward” Election Night Party
6 p.m.
Ray Gibson’s Caballeros Club
1516 S. 28th Street
Tacoma, WA, 98409
Come in for Happy Hour, Food and Drink Specials!
   
Un-millionaire Election Night Party!
6:30 p.m.
New Freeway Hall
Seattle, WA
Follow returns with other rabble-rousers and talk over local and national voting trends as they emerge. Will same-sex marriage be approved? Will voters see through the Bill Gates media blitz and defeat the charter schools initiative? V.P. candidate Christina López will share what she learned from the campaign trail, plus a special guest appearance by presidential candidate Stephen Durham from New York via skype. Hors d'oeuvres served 6:30-9pm for a $10 donation. Admission is free.

Election Night party at The 5 Spot
This restaurant never misses a chance for a theme menu, so obviously the staff is all about politically themed cocktails, apps, and dinner specials tonight (hmmm, Super PAC’d Pork Treat or Lame Duck Confit?).  Election results will be up on the big screen, but don’t expect any drunken mayhem in this family-friendly spot. Kids are welcome.

Election Night party at 95 Slide

Capitol Hill’s newest sports bar is all about Obama and marriage equality on election night. Happy hour runs from 4-6 p.m.. After that, DJs will usher in election results. Jokes about political spin optional.

Election night party at Bastille
Bar manager Erik Carlson will hold court in the back bar starting at 4:30 p.m. The Ballard bistro has set up a showdown between a French wine (a 2006 Chateau Lagrange Pomerol from Bordeaux) and a local contendor (2010 Cadence Coda from Red Mountain).  Taste, watch election results, and vote for your favorite. Feel unpatriotic drinking like a cheese-eating surrender monkey? Carlson has two $8 cocktails with an Ameriana theme, and chef Jason Stoneburner (yeah, that guy) is offering up a burger and French freedom fries special for $10.

Election night specials at Cafe Flora
With a one-night-only cocktail list that includes drinks like the Blue State, Barack on the Rocks, and the Freedom to Marry Mary, Madison Valley’s meatless haven clearly isn’t expecting many conservatives to stop by. But anyone who does can fuel up on $10 pizza specials and all-night happy hour (starting at 3 p.m.) while watching election results projected on the wall in the main dining room.

Election night party at The Neighbor Lady
Much like the revolution, the election will be televised at this vegetarian-friendly bar in the Central District, a sibling to Twilight Exit. Drink specials and happy hour prices are in effect until a president-elect is declared.

Election night party at The Pink Door

At the special election-night price of $1 apiece, the restaurant’s signature Obama-Rama cocktails will no doubt be flowing in Pike Place Market. An impressive 104-inch screen will show coverage from CNN and Fox News, focusing on the governor’s race, R74, and, duh, the presidential race. Festivities start at 3 p.m. and last until well after midnight; no reservations tonight, so get there early.

Election night specials at Sazerac
Obama’s Hawaiian heritage and Romney’s love of barbecue inspire the pizza toppings tonight, and happy hour starts at 4 p.m. and lasts until the winner is announced. What to drink at said happy hour? Depending on which way you swing, either a Mitt Julep or an Oban-A Scotch on the B’Rocks, or special cocktails colored red, blue, or purple for independents. Sorry, underage voters—this one is for big kids.

Strawberry Theatre Workshop host an Election night party
The company has been known to throw the occasional election-night dance party, and the 2012 Electionation installment is free and happens from 6 to midnight in the lobby of the Broadway Performance Hall. Local actors Alycia Delmore and Basil Harris will host a night of booze, interactive U.S. maps, quizzes, booze, White House, gubernatorial, and R74 results, booze, and coverage from CNN, and Fox News, and Comedy Central for balance/irony. Oh, and did we mention booze? Drinks are half-price from 6-7 p.m.

Election night party at Wine Tea Chocolate
Fremont’s destination for the aforementioned indulgences is skipping the big screens for election night. But plans do call for updates via smart phones, an American history quiz (with prizes), a rousing round of Pin the Dollar on the Senator, and beer vs. wine specials. A round of bubbly will be dispensed to celebrate the conclusion of election media coverage. Festivities start at 5 and, like a college party, last until "???".

4the Street Grill & Lounge Election night party
4004 N.E. 4TH ST.
Renton, WA. 98056
View the election on Two flat screens and a projector.
Dress code is relaxed. Mr. Nyice from www.klsjamz.com will play all your favorites. Games, raffles, door prizes and more.Lunch, dinner and drink specials.

Election night party at Social Outreach Seattle (SOSea)

 

Watch the election at Neighbours Seattle, 1509 Broadway

 

6 p.m.-Midnight

 

Where will you be when you learn that voters Approved Referendum 74? Who will you be with when you hear that Americans picked President Obama for a second term?

 

This is a drop by invite, or a stay for a while invite; either way SOSea would love for you to be a part of this historic night with us.

 

Neighbours Seattle is the perfect location for this party because at 10 p.m., the Marriage Victory Party in the Streets is set to kickoff! Join SOSea and a few thousand others as we celebrate at Broadway and Pike! Neighbours lounge will stay open for anyone looking for a celebratory drink.

Free Election Night Special: Many Happy Returns
5:45 – 10 p.m.
1119 Eighth Avenue (at Seneca Street)
Seattle, WA 98101
Watch Election night results with friends and/or fellow political junkies at Town Hall. We’ll have two big screens going starting at 6:30 p.m. (one local results; one national), and we’re even holding an election-night contest of our own—with prizes!
To win, answer these two questions in the “comment” section below: 1) What one thing most motivated you to vote this election season? And 2) What are your hopes for our city, our state, our country after the elections? Lucky winners will receive free Primo Pizza and primo seating, and will be invited to stand up and share their answers at 6 pm, during the pre-results Happy Hour, joined by Town Hall Scholar in Residence Lesley Hazleton with her own responses.
We’ll have a special Primo Pizza deal for everyone who attends (a free salad with every medium pizza ordered for delivery to Town Hall), plus the usual snacks, beer, and wine available for purchase, whether you need to drown your sorrows or celebrate in victory!
Admission is free.