Where to Find Election Night Watch Parties in San Antonio


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In case you feel up to joining other people in watching results come in on Tuesday night, you'll have plenty of options around San Antonio.

Whether you're wanting to high five with others, or grab a drink two quell the nerves, there's a party for you this Election Night.

Esquire Tavern // Get ready to Daiq the Vote at Esquire Tavern with Avuá Cachaça and Cocktail and Sons snaquiris, mini daiquiri shots while supplies last. 6pm-midnight, 155 E. Commerce St., (210) 222-2521.

El Luchador // The Election Night Watch Party starts at 6 p.m. with $2 Lone Stars, $6 Beto and Teddy's and free party goodies all night. 6pm, 622 Roosevelt, (210) 272-0016.

Burleson Yard Beer Garden // The closest you can get to the home of Beto's San Antonio HQ will host this watch party for volunteers and supporters. 7:30 pm-midnight, 430 Austin St., (210) 354-3001.

Brick at Blue Star // It'll be a night filled with music by Fea, El Robotico (Bombasta), Shy Girl (GSK) and Terpsi; an altar honoring Emma Teyanuca, Willie Velasquez and Choco Meza; a SATX photo exhibit, a Ted Cruz piñata and more. 6pm-midnight, 108 Blue Star, (210) 262-8653.

Knockout // The Strip's go-to sports bar will host a Watch Party with results on all four of its big screens, across four networks. 6pm-2am, 1420 N. Main Ave., (210) 227-7678.

Backyard on Broadway // The campaign for Joe Gonzales will watch results come in at the newest bar on Broadway. 7-10pm, 2411 Broadway, (210) 920-0302.

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