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NYC Cocktails Set to Take a Bow on Oscar Night
March 10, 2023, 9:27.14 am ET

No Oscar viewing party would be complete without some award-winning cocktails as we toast to another year of excellent films. Here are a few of them.

Photo: Ponyboy/Andrea Grujic

Ponyboy is offering Don’t Worry Baby for a pairing with the movie, Elvis. Created by Christopher Reyes, the drink is comprised of Bombay sapphire gin, lillet blanc, Jasmine syrup, crème de pêche, lime and 3 basil leaves. The drink is served on the rocks with pebble ice. 632 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn Resy

Photo: Aldama/Andrea Grujic

Aldama is offering the Labruscal to be paired with the film Everything Everywhere All At Once. The drink is made with Grey Goose Vodka, Fino sherry, Pineapple juice, Lemon juice, and Blueberry rosemary syrup. It’s served over crushed ice. 91 South 6th St, Brooklyn Resy

Photo: Fandi Mata/Andrea Grujic

Fandi Mata has created Big In Japan, a cocktail destined to be paired with Avatar: The Way of Water. It’s a mix of Hendricks Gin, Pimms, Italicus Liqueur, Fresh Lemon Juice, Homemade Raspberry Elixir and egg white. The drink is garnished with a sage leaf. 74 Bayard St, Brooklyn

Photo: Kebaya

“The Girl from Ipoh” cocktail served at the new, Kebaya restaurant in Union Square inspired by legendary actress and Ipoh-born super-star actress, Michelle Yeoh. This luscious rum based pandan milk includes evaporated milk, pineapple, and lime juice. 20 East 17th St, NYC Resy

Photo: Ellington on Broadway

At Ellington on Broadway on the UWS, which is named after the legendary pianist and composer, Duke Ellington, patrons can toast the Oscar nominees with the Winners Gold, a sumptuous drink composed of Lillet, prosecco, ginger beer, honey, lemon, garnished with dancing berries and a gold glitter rim. 2745 Broadway, NYC Resy

The popular, family owned and operated, Santo Brúklin in Carroll Gardens (548 Court Street, Brooklyn) is hosting an Oscars viewing party with four Oscars-inspired cocktail specials for the evening, including And The Oscar Goes To… made with Scotch, sweet vermouth, and chocolate bitters. 548 Court St, Brooklyn