The Bell House
Where: 149 7th Street, Brooklyn; (718) 643-6510
What: Comedian Liam McEneaney hosts election night festivities at The Bell House on Tuesday with Obama-Romney themed drink specials (Coke & Rumney, Bahamobama Mama, and the Four More Beers). The Korilla BBQ Truck will also be parked outside!
Where: 16 Main Street, Brooklyn; (718) 222-8500
What: Celebrate the reopening of Galapagos after Hurricane Sandy+ the election with a 14x12-foot screen and presidential drinks. All subways have been restored to their Dumbo space.
Where: 43 Franklin Street, Brooklyn; (718) 383-5030
What: Watch the election results on The Diamond's projector and enjoy a few drinks to benefit The Red Hook Initiative. 20 percent of all sales go to the organization's hurricane relief efforts!
Where: 231 East 14th Street, (212) 539-1389
What: For those that feel election night can be a bit of statistical yawn, a number of comedians will be filling in the boring parts with great stand-up at Beauty Bar in the East Village. Meanwhile, the results will be screened on the projector the entire time.
Where: 126 Crosby Street, (212) 334-3324
What: If you attended three out of four of Housing Works's presidential debate events, be sure to redeem your political attentiveness with a bucket of PBR on the house. No worries if you didn't, the cafe has a number of drinks specials to make sure you're properly buzzed for the next POTUS. Plus, they've got chili.
When: 6-7PM till polls close
Where: t 249 4th Avenue, Brooklyn; (347)457-5606
What: One of Park Slope's favorite watering holes, Mission Dolores will be donating 100 percent of Tuesday's profits to the Red Hook Initiative. And there's plenty of craft beers to go round, so drink up, and help out hurricane victims.