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Best place for election night coverage?

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karamazov Nov 3, 2008 08:04 AM

Title pretty much sums it up. Obviously good TVs with sound and comfortable seating is a must.

Also what places would have crowds that will make for an engaged and interesting audience? (oh yea, and some good drinks and food too)

I wonder if the Westwood Brew Co. might be a good spot, tons of big screen TVs and a relatively diverse westwood crowd, plus the beers aren't half bad :).

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  1. maxzook RE: karamazov Nov 3, 2008 02:19 PM

    Check out this Eater LA article:

    http://la.eater.com/archives/2008/11/...

    Most of the article is about freebies, but here's a list of places that will have TVs set out, etc.:

    Campanile
    Spago
    Akasha
    The Abbey
    Edison
    Blue on Blue at the Avalon hotel
    Delancey
    8 oz.

    1. rednyellow RE: karamazov Nov 3, 2008 07:33 PM

      I had dinner at Obar tonight and they were advertising election coverage and cheap drinks. It's a great bar, good food and a beautiful room.

      1. rachaels RE: karamazov Nov 4, 2008 01:24 PM

        I heard that Canele in Atwater Village was having an election night three course menu for $22 and that they were putting out TVs to watch the coverage.

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