Did you vote? Get a discount at these Philly bars and restaurants

Doing your civic duty is reward enough, but several restaurants and bars around Philly are sweetening the deal.

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Doing your civic duty is reward enough, but if you vote in today’s Pa. primary election, several restaurants and bars around Philly are sweetening the deal with specials and events. Democracy never tasted so good.

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Luna Cafe: Show your “I voted” sticker and get a free cup of Philly Fair Trade Roasters coffee (317 Market St., Old City).

Hawthornes: Flash your sticker and score cans of craft brew for just $4 a pop, all day (738 S. 11th St., Bella Vista).

Franklin Fountain: Whether you call ‘em jimmies or sprinkles, free red-white-and-blue ones if you cast your vote (116 Market St., Old City).

Jerry’s Bar: Get 15% off for showing your sticker, or just hang out and watch the results come in with $5 themed drink specials and Stateside vodka giveaways (doors open at 4 p.m.; 129 W. Laurel St., Northern Liberties).

Billy Penn: Wear your sticker or show us a selfie from the polls to get into our election night happy hour with free Manatawny Still Works cocktails by a.bar and sandwiches from Matt & Marie’s. We’ll also be playing “Cards for Humanity for Politics” and other games while we watch the counts roll in (Pipeline Philly, 15th floor, 30 S. 15th St., across from City Hall).

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