Forget next week's presidential election — history could be made Wednesday night. The Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs will face off in Game 7 of the World Series at 8:08 p.m. EDT. In doing so, they'll kick off the tiebreaker for a matchup between two teams with the longest championship dry spells currently in American baseball, according to CNN.

Tickets range from $1,000 to $19,500 on StubHub, but you don't have to be in Ohio to be a part of the exciting night. You can catch the game in a bar near you. Here are some of your best options, with some suggestions from Team Bar Finder.

If you're in New York City and you're an Indians fan, check out:

• Manny's On Second at 1770 Second Ave in Manhattan, where they'll take 10 percent off your bill Wednesday if you're wearing a Cubs or Indians jersey.

• Brother Jimmy's Union Square at 116 East 16th St. in Manhattan, where wings will be half off and Coors Light drafts will be $3 during the game.

If you're in New York City and you're a Cubs fan, check out:

• Kelly's Sports Bar at 12 Ave. A in Manhattan, which the New York Post calls "New York’s most popular Cubs bar."

• Canal Bar at 270 Third Ave. in Brooklyn, where the backyard will be open and game audio blasting, according to the spot's Instagram.

If you're in Washington, D.C. and you're an Indians fan, check out:

• Buckeye + Bear at 1730 M St. NW Suite 100, where the game will be on with sound, according to the venue's Facebook page.

• RFD Washington at 810 7th St. NW, where they'll show the game on the big screen and serve $4 glasses of house wine and $8 baskets of stuffed shrimp with chips.

If you're in Washington, D.C. and you're a Cubs fan, check out:

• Ivy and Coney at 1537 7th St. NW, which had a packed house for Game 6 and warns bandwagon fans on Twitter to please "don't jinx our team by celebrating early."

• Union Pub at 201 Massachusetts Ave. NE, where Wednesday night happy hour specials include $10 Budweiser and Bud Light buckets.