First came debating. Now all that’s left to do is the waiting. These election events should help ease anticipation (or numb a loss). Swing by.
Brick & Mortar Music Hall Election Night Party
Candidates: Wood Shoppe, DJs Brown Amy and Primo, and pop-up restaurant Soul Groove.
Proposal: The monthly music series subs its standard three-band bill for a massive dance party. Sip $5 Sailor Jerry cocktails and snack on chicken and waffles while election coverage streams from two large televisions.
Hours: Tonight, 8 p.m.
District: 1710 Mission St., at Duboce Ave. (415-371-1631). Admission is free.
St. George Spirits Evening of Botanivore and Terroir Gin at Blackbird Bar
Candidates: St. George Botanivore and Terroir gins.
Proposal: Get in the spirits with crafty cocktails and gin tastings.
Hours: Tonight, 6-8 p.m.
District: 2124 Market St., at Church St. (415-503-0630).
Election Hangover: Fall Cocktails of the Farmers Market
Candidates: CUESA, Northern California chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild, and Karlsson’s Gold Vodka.
Proposal: Toast an all-star cast of bartenders and chefs in the running for best cocktail. Booze it up with two full-size drinks and nine sipping samplers, all created to highlight seasonal produce.
Hours: Wed., 5:30-8 p.m.
District: Ferry Building, 1 Ferry Bldg., at The Embarcadero (415-983-8030). Admission is $40.
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