It's almost over — but not yet. American voters decide who will be the next president this Tuesday, November 8, and that means it's time to figure out where to watch the presidential election, whether at a restaurant absorbing comfort food, a bar with discounted shots of high-proof liquor, or both.
The polls close in most states in the late evening, and if Hillary Clinton takes Florida, the result of the 2016 presidential election could be determined relatively early; however, most news networks do not report the result of the election until later in the evening or in the early morning hours.
This map aims to offer locations to watch the presidential election in neighborhoods across the city. Know of a spot we missed? Share it in the comments to get it onto the map. (Note: The points on this map are not ranked; rather, they're organized geographically.)
—All photos by Dina Avila unless credited otherwiseRead More