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Where To Watch The 2012 Presidential Debate In New York City

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WHERE TO WATCH THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
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Galapagos
Where: 16 Main Street, Brooklyn; (718) 222-8500
What: Enjoy Obama and Romney duke it out on domestic policy with a gigantic 14x12-foot screen inside Dumbo's Galapagos Art Space.
Price: Free

Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Where: 126 Crosby Street, (212) 334-3324
What: Mix in debate bingo and cafe specials at Housing Works Bookstore in Soho. If you enjoy your experience, which we're sure you will, come back for three of the four debates and win a free bucket of PBR on election night!
Price: Free

Pete's Candy Store
Where: 709 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn; (718) 302-3770
What: Pete's pauses their nightly musical performances for the first round of presidential debates. "Politicky drink specials" and "liberal libations" are promised.
Price: Free

Black Rabbit
Where: 91 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn; (718) 349-1595
What: Why so serious? The politically-minded who also enjoy trivia, comedy, and scoring nifty prizes should head to Greenpoint to enjoy the debate with some laughter on the side.
Price: Free

92Y Tribeca
Where: 200 Hudson Street; (212) 601-1000
What: Pre-debate conversation with "The Daily Show's" Lizz Winstead and guests MSNBC's Krystal Ball and Richard Wolffe, "Mystery Science Theater's" Frank Conniff and The Onion's Baratunde Thurston. And there's popcorn!
Price: $10

Brooklyn Winery
Where: 213 North 8th Street, Brooklyn; (347) 763-1506
What: Any debate is instantly better with your favorite vino in hand.
Price: Free

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