Ready for round two? Of the presidential debates, that is.
Sunday’s second presidential debate will take place Sunday at 9 p.m. EST, and you might want to have your location secured for a prime viewing party. Because if the second round of presidential debates were anything like the first, you’re going to want to order a double ...
New York will be hosting debate watch parties in all of the boroughs – from intimate gatherings to raucous events. Here are the top five places to visit to watch the second presidential debate.
Union Hall: For Brooklynites who prefer large crowds, Union Hall is hosting a free second presidential debate watch party. The 5,000 square-foot bar and restaurant boasts a library, fireplaces and two indoor bocce courts.
Humboldt and Jackson: The presidential debate viewing party is back at this popular joint. Viewers can watch the debate on the big screen and Sweet Chili Food Truck will have Vietnamese food on-hand all night. The bar/restaurant is also offering half off tap wine and beers from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. , and $10 cocktails will be poured all evening (when the GOP nominees’ interruptions become too much to bear).
Village Pourhouse: For those who come to support Clinton, The Manhattan Young Democrats will be hosting a debate watch party at the downtown Village Pourhouse. Co-hosts of the watch event will include AAPI Millennials for Hilary and the South Asians for Hilary. Tickets are free for both members and non-members – for those who wish to become a member of the MYD, it’s $30.
Mary O’s: Offering a slightly more intimate, high-brow environment, Mary O’s is an upscale Irish bar in the East Village that offers a wide assortment of beers and traditional snacks like Dublin-style fish-and-chips. This event is also free, but be sure to register on Eventbrite to guarantee your RSVP.
Your Living Room! Nothing beats the comfort of your living room. Or your bed in your studio walk up. Invite some friends over and make an evening of it. Grab a couple bottles or some brews and try out this list of presidential debate drinking games.