DC residents will be offered lots of specials and freebies at some restaurants around the city on Election Day, November 3, according to Eater DC.
Capo Speakeasy, located at 715 Florida Avenue in Northwest DC, is one of them. The deli, in partnership with Bailiwick Clothing, hands out a free VOTE mask to anyone who purchases two cocktail pouches.
DC Brau, a popular craft brewery at 3178 Bladensburg Road, Northeast, together with the pizzeria All-Purpose (both Navy Yard and Shaw locations), offer a $20.20 deal through election night. After you vote, you can buy a $20 pie and a 16-ounce can of DC Brau VOTE Kristallweizen for 20 cents more. You can benefit from the deal via takeout and delivery from All-Purpose.
You can go to Barrel, a rustic whiskey lounge at 613 Pennsylvania Avenue, Southeast, with an “I Voted” sticker and buy a food or drink item through election night to enter a raffle to win a “Barrel of Booze” (a 25-oz. barrel filled with the winner’s choice of Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Negroni, Boulevardier, or milk punch).
McClellan’s Retreat, a cozy bar known for its craft cocktails inspired by historical figures located at 2031 Florida Avenue, Northwest, runs a pregame special on its 375-ml. bottle single barrel Old Forester Bourbon for $30, which is normally $55, on Monday, November 2.
Republic Restoratives Distillery and Craft Cocktail Bar, at 1369 New York Avenue, Northeast, gives you a free election set with every DC order of gifts, cocktail kits, bottles or merchandise through the night of November 3.
Immigrant Food at 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, offers voters a half-off discount on a new drinks menu that will be launched on Election Day.
Fresh Baguette at 1737 Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest, promises its customers a free coffee and mini croissant on Election Day, from 7 am to 6 pm.
Blue Duck Tavern at 1201 24th St Northwest offers a “Super PAC: Election Night Survival Dinner Kit” that consists of two appetizers, two entrées, two sides, and dessert ($95 per couple, plus tax and fees).
To find more deals and treats at restaurants in DC, as well as the metropolitan area, on Election Day, click here.