Didn't get a spot on the red carpet?
If not, don't worry. The Tuck Room Tavern in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles has you covered this Oscar Sunday. This year, guests are invited to watch red carpet arrivals and all of the award show action on oversized TV screens, complete with a specialty prix-fixe dinner menu by James Beard Award-winning chef Sherry Yard and signature Red Carpet Fizz cocktails by mixologist extraordinaire Adam Seger.
Guests at the Tuck Room Tavern can watch the Oscars on oversized TV screens, Photo: Courtesy of The Tuck Room Tavern
Guests are also encouraged to pose at the red carpet arrivals step, presented by Piper Heidieck, and enter ballots with their guesses for who will win each of the major awards. The winners have the chance at two tickets to iPic Theaters.
Mixologist extraordinaire Adam Seger created Red Carpet Fizz cocktails for the event. Photo: Courtesy of The Tuck Room Tavern
To mark the occasion at her Westwood restaurant, Yard is whipping up the ultimate award season dinner menu, with dishes inspired by the Golden Globe’s most talked about nominees. Dinner menu highlights include“War Dogs,” sausage and pepper heroes passed as snacks, and “La La Lamb,” mirin marinated lamb chops with ginger chili and mint vinaigrette or “Meuniere by the Sea" filet of sole browned in Normandy butter with grilled lemon and chips (pommes parisienne).
The “Red Velvet Pavlova," with crispy vanilla meringue, red velvet raspberry, chunk ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate sauce is a dessert highlight Photo: Courtesy of The Tuck Room Tavern
For dessert, try the “Secret Life of Arlettes” puff pastry cookies and “Red Velvet Pavlova," a crispy vanilla meringue, red velvet raspberry, chunk ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate sauce.
Guests are also encouraged to enter ballots with their guesses for who will win each of the major awards. Photo: Courtesy of The Tuck Room Tavern
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