No matter who takes home Oscar gold on Sunday, everyone nominated in the acting and directing categories is a winner.
Every year for the past twenty-four years, Wolfgang Puck has prepared the most prestigious meal in Hollywood. At Governors Ball, the notorious after-party following the Academy Awards, the iconic Los Angeles chef prepares an extensive, oppulent menu for hoards of hungry, tipsy A-listers who just made it through a very tense evening.
Glitz, glam, and good food -- This Sunday, we're hosting our annual Academy Awards show viewing party in honor of the Oscars. You know what that means, it's time to break down the party menu. But first, find out which Oscar Nominated film you are by taking the quiz below!
Best Picture Nominee "The Revenant" makes you desperate for a drink. Or to buy Leo a drink. Or to buy anyone in that frozen tundra a drink.
Make that drink a fun one: The Story of The Pines. This craft cocktail stirs up beautifully (can we have that mixing glass, please?) and comes with a signature finish: a garnish of Douglas Fir Eau de Vie. No, we didn't make that up.
Grab a drink, settle in for the Red Carpet, and see if "The Revenant" makes this a banner year for Leonardo DiCaprio.
Oscars Best Picture Nominee "The Big Short" will drive you to drink for any number of reasons: Star-studded cast, the fall of the big banks, and the intoxicating bar scenes throughout the movie.
Want to drink like the big boys in this film do?
The Vodka Soda (apparently a hedge fund banker's favorite) inspired this sip-worthy cocktail, so if you're a classic drink kind of guy (or gal), this will be right up your alley.
Oscars Best Picture Nominee "Brooklyn" is full of gorgeous images, period outfits, and signature touches, like the floral perfume that inspires this Red Carpet-worthy cocktail.
The drink starts with, of course, Irish Whiskey. Add rosewater, pomegranate juice, a few secret ingredients, shake, and enjoy.
This is a perfect cocktail to serve for your Red Carpet night in. Shake, pour, and sip.
The Oscars are upon us and there are tons of glamorous Hollywood party ideas. A red carpet from your door to the TV. Little gold stars on every toothpick. Wolfgang Puck's Oscar-shaped smoked salmon. But let’s not forget the most import part of this classy evening: drinks.