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Where to Watch the Democratic Debate Tonight

Politics is always more fun with alcohol.

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Nothing says "D.C." like getting friends together at a bar to watch a political event like a Presidential debate or the State of the Union. Here are some solid options where enthusiasts or jeerers can watch the Democratic candidates face off this evening:

BlackFinn
1620 I St. New
The deal: D.C.'s Clinton supporters are gathering at this pub and restaurant at a local Hillary for America debate watch party.

Busboys & Poets
Multiple locations
The deal: All Busboys & Poets throughout the city will be showing both rounds of debates this evening. The gathering place tends to draw a politically-savvy crowd.

Cafe Asia
1550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va.
The deal: Watch the debate with other Clinton supporters at this official local Hillary for America watch party.

Circa
1601 Connecticut Ave NW and 2221 I St NW
The deal: Both Circa locations (Dupont and Foggy Bottom) will show the debate on several television screens and extend happy hour pricing ($5 draft beers and $7 glasses of wine) during the show.

Local 16
1602 U St. NW
The deal: Get ready for a political discussion at this debate party hosted by DC Young Democrats.

Looking Glass Lounge
3634 Georgia Ave. NW
The deal: Looking Glass now has a newly upgraded sound system for showing the debate.

Stetson's
1610 U St. NW
The deal: Join other Martin O'Malley supporters in the upstairs Blue Sky room at this party.

The Manor DC
1327 Connecticut Ave. NW
The deal: DC's Bernie Sanders supporters are meeting here to cheer on their candidate.

Union Pub
201 Massachusetts Ave. NE
The deal: Both Union Pub and its 201 Bar will have the debates on with sound, for those who want to watch on the Hill. Find more information here.

Sudhouse
1340 U St. NW
The deal: Sudhouse will have the debate running on both floors, and will extend happy hour until 9 p.m. to mark the occasion.

Ventnor Sports Cafe
2411 18th St. NW
The deal: Ventnor promises 40 televisions turned towards the debate this evening.

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