The big day is finally here. It’s Nov. 3, Election Day.
Though over 1.1 million voters turned out in NYC for Early Voting in the nine days prior, there are still many who will vote today. And if you’d like a treat for practicing your civic duty, there are a bunch of local restaurants and larger corporations offerings deals and discounts.
And yes, there are some drink deals and FREE shots on this list. Because you know they’ll be needed.
Check them out here:
Food & Drink
1. 2 for 1 Drinks At LoLo’s Seafood Shack, Harlem
LoLo’s Seafood Shack has already fed early voters in conjunction with World Central Kitchen, and for Election Day itself will offer a “2-for-1” LoLo’s sorrel punch to anyone with an “I Voted” sticker! Drinking with a friend is definitely better than drinking by yourself.
Where: 303 W. 116th St.
2. Free Gourmet Biscuit At Good Enough To Eat, Upper West Side
New Yorkers with a sticker saying they voted or that they voted early can head to long-standing restaurant, Good Enough to Eat on Election Day to receive a FREE scrumptious homemade Biscuit with Strawberry Butter with any purchase from the menu.
Where: 520 Columbus Avenue
3. Free Shot at Concord Hill, Williamsburg
Anyone who votes between 10/24 and Election Day 11/3, can stop by Concord Hill to celebrate with a free house infused shot. Guests who show their voting sticker get a free shot with any purchase during all day today.
Where: 374 Graham Ave
4. Free Glazed Doughnut at Krispy Kreme, Multiple Locations
On November 3, you can get a FREE Original Glazed® Doughnut at any participating US Krispy Kreme shop. Might we recommend grabbing one at the newly opened Times Square flagship?
Oh, and besides just the doughnut, they are also providing the ever-popular Election “I Voted” stickers (while supplies last). Since so many voters were unable to get the stickers this year, due to polling booth changes and more mail-in ballots, you can now get one along with a delicious doughnut!Find NYC locations here.
In addition, Baked by Melissa is offering 10% off a purchase at any Baked by Melissa location when you show us your ‘I VOTED’ sticker between 10/24 – 11/3/2020. Click here to find a store location near you.Find NYC locations here.
6. Chip NYC, Multiple Locations
Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day GET OUT & VOTE! & then stop by for a FREE small hot or iced coffee!
Promotion available all day on TUESDAY (11/3) at our Williamsburg, Bleecker, LIC, & 30th Ave Astoria locations!
The non-profit Pizza to the Polls has partnered with Uber Eats to bring hungry voters a little pick-me-up while waiting long hours to cast their ballots. The organization will be launching its food truck program across 25 cities known to have long lines in an attempt to make voting during the COVID era a little more amenable. All you have to do is report where you are on their website if you’re standing out on a long line and they’ll send a food truck there.
Uber is giving voters 50% off roundtrip tides for getting to and from the polls on Nov. 3. It applies for up to $7 each trip, or $14 for two trips.
Lyft is also offering Election Day deals — with 50% off of your ride to the polls. Use the code 2020VOTE to take take 50% off (up to $10) today to a polling site or ballot dropbox.
10. Citi Bike
If you prefer getting there by bike rather than car, Citi Bike has your back. Using the same code as Lyft (2020VOTE), you can get 50% off rentals (up to $10) from 4am to 11pm on Nov. 3.
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