America: home of the brave and land of the crazy election seasons. We’d wax poetic about the candidates, political climate, etc., but let’s get down to what you really care about: election day deals. Read on for stuff you can get for showin’ off your civic duty. Oh, and for parties too. You’ll want a drink after today.
Your I Voted sticker gets you 15 percent off of your entire order.
Bull Street Gourmet
Get 10 percent off with your I Voted sticker until 5 p.m. Deal includes food only.
And another 10 percent off of your food purchase … with that same handy dandy sticker.
Bay Street Biergarten
I Voted gets you a free pretzel all day.
Co is serving up half-off pho all day — no voting required.
Get your ‘Merica on with the made-for-election-day ‘Merica Burger, created with gorgonzola, bacon, smoked tomato marmalade, and aioli ($12).
Get half-off a presidential donut with your I Voted sticker. The Trumpkin is a pumpkin donut and the Clemon is a lemon donut.
Head to any Sticky Fingers location and receive a free dessert with your I Voted sticker.
Burwell’s hosts a bar-cation, serving their bar menu items for half off. They’re also mixing up specialty foreign adult beverages — get it, like you go on vacation to another country to escape the election?
Grab a free cup of Joe from Gnome Cafe with your I Voted sticker. The spot is open until 3:30 p.m.
Show your I Voted sticker to your server and receive $5 off of orders over $20.16. This deal excludes lunch combos and happy hour deals.
Charleston Beer Works
Beer Works hosts The Last Supper: A Gypsy Experience tonight at 6:30 p.m. For $30 you have access to all-you-can-eat Cuban-style whole hog, empanadas, duck fried rice, and more, along with one draft beer. Grab your ticket here.
A free coffee on Election Day w/ the 7-Eleven app.
One free doughnut on Election Day.
Swing by the Green Goat, show your I Voted sticker, and get an order of fried pickles for free.
Enjoy Lewis Barbecue’s Tex Mex Tuesday with a refreshing side — a $1 Modelo with your I Voted sticker. Lewis will also be playing election results on their TVs.
Tonight is the culmination of Edmund’s Oast’s Vote Champagne campaign starting at 4:30 p.m. Guests can enjoy specially priced champagne and rare by-the-glass pours, along with bottles.
Cannon Green and Zero George
Both Cannon Green and Zero George are serving $8 red and blue drinks tonight. You can enjoy a Government Burro (blue drink), made with agavales, lemon, mint, creme de cassis, and egg white or an Elephant in the room (red drink), amde with vodka, lime, pineapple, campari, and peychauds.
Le Farfalle is extending their happy hour to last all night long so you can enjoy a reasonably priced drink with those election results.
Local venues are holding election parties, too, tunes included.
Election night coverage is more fun with friends — frenemies at this point maybe … Head to Pour House from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. to watch the coverage on two big screens. Head there early to listen to Darius Ruckus on the deck, 4-6:30 p.m. for free.
Upper Deck Tavern
Get your open mic on at Upper Deck which hosts an Election Night Dumpster Fire open mic session. Yeah. Fun starts at 9 p.m.
If you’re in Park Circle, you can watch the polls come in at the Sparrow, where booze aplenty will get you through and a surprise is promised to all who come wearing an I Voted sticker.
Surprise! The politically-minded crew of SUSTO are home for a minute and want to provide a place to congregate in the name of music on such a stressful eve. They’ll play a free show tonight at the Royal American — 9 p.m., no opener — so y’all can drink to the sounds of “Waves” and get reminded that despite the troubles of the world, “the sun comes up, the sun goes down, and, man, that’s what it’s all about.”
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