Where to Watch the 89th Academy Awards in New York City

by Kerry Jepsen on Feb 21, 2017 in Roundups

That’s right, it’s Oscar season, and there’s no better way to celebrate than to get dressed up to the nines and hit the town. Treat yourself like a star and check out these great NYC haunts that are throwing their own very special Oscar parties.

Syndicated
Over in Brooklyn right next to Roberta’s is Syndicated, a bar, restaurant, and cinema experience like no other. Syndicated is going all out this year for the Oscars by hosting a special viewing party. You can purchase tickets for the dining room for $10, the theater ($15), or pony up for the VIP booths ($150), which include a bottle of champagne, and a range of snacks personally catered by the chef. Seats at the bar and drink rail provide free drinks but will only seat the first 40 people that arrive - so purchase your tickets today! (40 Bogart St., Brooklyn; 718-386-3399)

The Roof
Want to treat yourself like a star? Then get all glamoured up and book your seats at The Roof’s Oscar night viewing party. With complimentary popcorn, celeb-inspired cocktails, and mini bottle of Möet & Chandon being passed around the crowd, the Roof’s stylish Oscar party is a sure-fire winner. Make sure you book your seats ahead of time, and don’t forget the party starts at 6:30 PM. (124 W 57th St.; 212-707-8008)
 
Videology
Of course the hippest hole-in-the-wall theater bar is hosting an Oscars party. The entire ceremony will be screened in the special screening room and on the televisions at the bar - just remember that the screening room is only so big, so get there on time to get the best seat in the house. And if you’ve really got the Oscar fever, check out Oscar trivia night taking place the night before. (308 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn; 718-782-3468)

The Village Pourhouse
Always in the mood to host a party no matter the occasion, this infamous East Village watering hole is definitely down for the Oscars. Armed with over 20 HD televisions dedicated to the stars, the viewing experience promises to deliver. If that’s not enough to seal the deal, you may want to think about the open bar offered from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM for just $40 bucks. RSVP online and receive a free drink upon arrival. (64 3rd Ave.; 212-979-2337)

Bagatelle
Over in the heart of the Meatpacking District, Bagatelle will be hosting their own interactive Oscars viewing party starting at 7:30 PM This magnificent French bistro provides all the glamorous charm to make you feel like you just won an Academy Award. All in attendance will have the chance to win prizes as the winners are announced. Book your reservation easy by visiting their website. (1 Little W 12th St.; 212-488-2110)

Grand Hyatt New York
Raise your glass to the best pictures of the year and celebrate at this iconic NYC hotspot. This year, the Grand Hyatt has created a special cocktail to honor the Academy-Award nominated film Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence, who performed her famous Tableaux Vivants at this very location, will be present in spirit, embodied in a classy combination of gin, lime, and mint, served up. (109 E 42nd St.; 212-883-1234)

Photo via Flickr user ** RCB **

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