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Vice presidential debate viewing parties in NYC: Where to watch Tim Kaine, Mike Pence face off

Although the first Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump showdown has already happened, their running mates have yet to go head-to-head in a debate.

Tuesday night is the night for Tim Kaine and Mike Pence to get in the spotlight, which means another night of politics -- and another drinking game.

Here's where you can grab a beer (or two) and watch the vice presidential debate.

The Row House

This Harlem eatery is hosting organization Kindred Arts
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This Harlem eatery is hosting organization Kindred Arts for a vice presidential viewing party. The restaurant is setting up a 10-foot projector and an additional TV to ensure a great view for all. 2128 Frederick Douglass Blvd., Manhattan, 7 to 11 p.m., $15 for priority seating, eventbrite.com

Village Pourhouse

Village Pourhouse will be simultaneously celebrating National Vodka
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Village Pourhouse will be simultaneously celebrating National Vodka Day along with the first VP debate, offering 2 for 1 vodka cocktails. 64 Third Ave., Manhattan, open until 2 a.m., villagepourhouse.com

West End Hall

This beer hall is hosting a VP debate
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This beer hall is hosting a VP debate viewing party, with a special happy hour in effect until 7 p.m., so come early and get your drink on before the candidates take the stage. Happy hour deals include $5 select beer and appetizers, and mix-and-match buckets of beer will be available throughout the night. Stay inside or head to West End Hall's garden to watch the debate. 2756 Broadway, Manhattan, 7 p.m. to midnight, westendhall.com

The Experiment Comedy Gallery

Hang out with some funny people in Williamsburg
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Hang out with some funny people in Williamsburg while watching the VP debate. The Experiment Comedy Gallery is screening the debate, complete with a necessary live-tweeting session. 272 Grand St., basement level, Brooklyn, 8:30 to 11 p.m., facebook.com/events

Q.E.D.

Head to Queens and combine the debate with
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Head to Queens and combine the debate with some comedic relief. Commentators Frank Conniff, David Feldman and Myka Fox will give witty remarks throughout the Pence-Kaine showdown, and will give attendees some pre-debate entertainment as well. 27-16 23rd Ave., Queens, $10, 9 to 10:30 p.m., eventbrite.com

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