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O.C. restaurants get out the vote

Restaurants throughout the county are offering specials on Election Day.

By Kristen SchottPublished: October 27, 2008 02:44 PM

This year's presidential race is proving to be one of the most powerful elections yet. And a few Orange County restaurants have created special menus and incentives for those who voted – and those who want to watch coverage that night.

If you visit one of Zov's three restaurants in Tustin, Irvine and Newport on Election Day with your "I voted" sticker, you will be given a free slice of Zov's all-American apple pie.

And later that night, a few restaurants have created their own special McCain and Obama menus specifically for election night viewing.

Anaheim White House is hosting its Race to the White House evening, with four-course Obama vs. McCain menus, as well as televised coverage on the restaurant's TVs. Those – over 21, of course – who show proof that they voted will receive a complimentary bottle of champagne. The prix-fixe menus costs $44, and the event begins at 6 p.m.

Daily Grill in Irvine and Newport Beach are also televising that night's activities and offering a complimentary happy hour appetizer to those who voted. Happy hour prices will also last throughout the evening in the bar. The evening starts at 4 p.m.

The moral of the story? Be sure to vote!