The annual election day lunch at John's Grill. (Laura Dudnick/S.F. Examiner)

The annual election day lunch at John's Grill. (Laura Dudnick/S.F. Examiner)

Election Night: Here’s where SF candidates are partying

From the state Senate race to school board contest, candidates from up and down the ballot are hosting election night parties in San Francisco.

Here’s where election parties will be held in San Francisco, and where voters can rejoice — or bemoan — the election results with (some) candidates at their side as the ballots are being counted:

Castro
Beaux — Market and Castro streets
Scott Wiener (state Senate)

South of Market
Slim’s — on 11th Street near Folsom Street
Jane Kim (state Senate)
Rafael Mandelman (City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees)
Bevan Dufty (Bay Area Rapid Transit board)
Mark Sanchez (school board)

Oasis — on 11th Street near Folsom Street
Aaron Peskin (District 3 supervisor)
Yes on Propositions C and M
No on Propositions P and U
Yes on Proposition C
Yes on Proposition D
Yes on Proposition H
Yes on Proposition L
Yes on Proposition M
Yes on Proposition T

Verso — Mission Street near 11th Street
Mayor Ed Lee
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom
Yes on Proposition 63
Yes on Proposition 64
Yes on RR
No on Proposition D
No on Proposition H
No on Proposition L
No on Proposition M

Azucar Lounge — Ninth and Folsom streets
Victor Hwang (judge)

Richmond District
The Plough and Stars — Clement Street and Second Avenue
Sandra Fewer (District 1 supervisor)

La Promenade Cafe — Balboa Street and 38th Avenue
Marjan Philhour (District 1 supervisor)

Union Square
Hawthorn — Geary Street between Grant Avenue and Kearny Street
Matt Haney (school board)
Stevon Cook (school board)
Lateefah Simon (BART board)
Yes on Proposition A

Mission District
El Rio — Mission Street and Precita Avenue
Hillary Ronen (District 9 supervisor)
Tom Temprano (CCSF board)
Yes on Proposition H
No on Proposition Q
No on Proposition R

Bissap Baobab — Mission and 19th streets
Josh Arce (District 9 supervisor)

Fillmore
Origin — Fillmore Street and Geary Avenue
London Breed (District 5 supervisor)

Mission Terrace/Excelsior
Rocks Den — Mission and Cotter streets
Ahsha Safai (District 11 supervisor)

Sip Wine Bar — Mission and Persia
Kimberly Alvarenga (District 11 supervisor)

Ingleside
Champa Garden — Ocean Avenue and Faxon Street
Norman Yee (District 7)
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