Where in new York you can get a discount by showing the sticker I Voted

On Tuesday, November 6, will be a midterm election in which Americans re-elected members of the house of representatives, 35 senators, and 39 state governors, etc. But on this day you will be able not only to perform their civic duty, but also «reward» yourself with some free (or almost free) treats.

The only caveat — don’t forget your I Voted sticker, which is considered to be the unofficial confirmation of your participation in the vote.

Here is a list of new York locations, where you will be able to get the bonus, showing the label.

Toby’s Estate

All points of the network in new York will offer visitors I Voted small brewed coffee for $1.


Long Island: 26-25 Jackson Ave.

Brooklyn: 125 N. Sixth St.

Flatiron: 160 Fifth Ave.

West Village: 44 Charles St.

Urbanspace Vanderbilt Market: 81 E. 45th St.

Black Seed Bagels

From 7 to 17 Black Seed Bagels will offer free Stumptown coffee with any other purchase.


Nolita: 170 Elizabeth St.

Battery Park City: Hudson Eats @ Brookfield Place, 200 Vesey St.

East Village: 176 First Ave.

NoMad: 1188 Broadway

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— (((Glenn D))) (@bccdny) November 1, 2018

Left Bank

This restaurant in Greenwich Village resolves not to pay for the drink brought in (available from 5pm).

Address: 117 Perry St.

Sunday in Brooklyn

The restaurant will offer a free beer Miller High Life any guest that shows I Voted on election day.

Address: 348 Wythe Ave

City Tamale

The Mexican restaurant will offer a special 8 dollar menu for voters. It will include two tamales, served with a side of rice and beans, and the traditional soft drink agua fresca.

Address: 1316 Oak Point Ave

Brooklyn Bazaar

All night, beginning at 8 PM, this concert venue will be accessible for free and also receive a gift of a drink. There until morning to watch the broadcast of the election results on the big screen.

Address: 150 Greenpoint Ave