It's November 8 – anyone else need a drink?
The 2016 presidential election is coming to a close today, and assuming you already voted, you have one more democratic obligation: to celebrate the end of one of the wackier presidential elections in recent memory. We've found the best spots to watch the results come in and toast your sorrows away.
4335 West 44th Avenue
Watch election coverage on the big screen.
Denver Press Club
1330 Glenarm Place
Watch the returns with all of those journalists accused of "rigging the system." Bring money for drinks and Mestizos taco truck, which will be parked outside.
On the Rox Sports Bar & Grill
11957 Lioness Way, Parker
The Libertarian Party of Colorado's official watch party.
1672 Lawrence Street
The Colorado Democrats' official watch party.
DoubleTree By Hilton, Denver Tech Center
7801 East Orchard Road
7 to 11 p.m.
The state Republicans' official watch party. Tickets are $20 and include snacks. A cash bar will be available.
1001 Santa Fe Drive
Watch campaign coverage on a projection screen.
Blake Street Tavern
2301 Blake Street
6 to 10 p.m.
Watch election results and drink for a good cause. Blake Street is hosting bingo and drinking games to raise money for Folds of Honor, which raises scholarship money for children of disabled or deceased vets. Tickets are $10 and include a free Bud Light.
3350 Brighton Boulevard
5 to 7 p.m.
Get a complimentary cocktail at Acorn, Comida or RiNo Yacht Club courtesy of the Source. All you need to bring is your "I Voted" sticker or a selfie with your sealed ballot. The Source will also play election results on a big screen and host a costume contest (dress like your favorite politician, duh).
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